Book List
Note you do not need to buy a copy of a book or try to find the book in the library. 
I should have at least one copy of each of these books that you can borrow.

Mark Hertsgaard
Living through the next fifty years on earth
The Rough Guide to Climate Change
Robert Henson
The symptoms, the science, and the solutions
Anthony D. Barnosky
Nature in an Age of Global Warming
Apollo's Fire
Michael Sims
A day on earth in nature and imagination
Eating the Sun
Oliver Morton
How plants power the planet
The Two-Mile Time Machine
Richard B. Alley
Ice cores, abrupt climate change, and our future
Is the Temperature Rising?
S. George Philander
The uncertain science of global warming
Gale E. Christianson
The 200-year story of global warming
Simon Winchester
The day the world exploded: August 27, 1883
Floods, Famines, and Emperors
Brian Fagin
El Niño and the fate of civilizations
Isaac's Storm
Eric Larson
The 1900 Galveston hurricane
Jan DeBlieu
How the flow of air has shaped life, myth, and the land
Floods, Droughts, and Climate
Michael Collier &
  Robert H. Webb
Understanding why floods and droughts occur
Cadillac Desert
Marc Reisner
The American west and its disappearing water
The Ice Finders
Edmund Blair Bolles
How a poet, a professor, and a politician discovered
  the ice age
The Little Ice Age
Brian Fagin
How climate made history 1300-1850
Storm of the Century
Willie Drye
The labor day hurricane of 1935
El Niño
J. Madeliene Nash
Unlocking the secrets of the master weather-maker
Into Thin Air
Jon Krakauer
An account of the 1996 Mt. Everest expedition
The Discovery of Global Warming
Spencer Weart
The theory and history of global warming
Isaac Newton
James Gleick
The life and work of perhaps the greatest scientist of all time
Frozen Earth
Doug Macdougall
Past ice ages and the earth's climate history
Divine Wind
Kerry Emanuel
The history and science of hurricanes
When Smoke Ran Like Water
Devra Davis
The battle against air pollution