Originally Posted by cbcrenshaw
Here are a few titles off the top of my head. These are mostly focused on American history, but there are some interesting transnational and global works here as well. I'm not as familiar with European or Asian environmental history, but I'd be happy to provide a reading list of African titles to anyone who is interested.
Know I'm rather late to this thread but I'd be interested in that list if you would be so inclined.
Here's one I read a while ago that I thought was pretty neat, called Empires of Food.
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