Sea change
Blackfish City

While any novel about climate change, a particularly political subject, could be considered to be “eco-political,” some novels dive deeper into the political nature of the issue than others. Whether discussing secret organizations that fight against the government or the economic business opportunities in disaster prediction, the materials in this theme consider the political implications of climate change. In the Poison Ivy comics, these implications are present in her eco-terroristic views and actions. Other works address eco-politicism through secret missions, government interference, or economic exploitation.

Nature's confession
The wall : a novel
The collapse of Western civilization : a view from the future
Waste tide
Batman Arkham
The little green book of Chairman Rahma
A friend of the earth
Odds against tomorrow
We are but a moment
Arctic rising