It’s almost that time again.

With a new year just around the corner, we dug into the GreenBiz vault to bring you a list of some of the best books of 2016 (assuming you already caught up on our earlier round up of the year’s best summer reads, of course).

In a year marked by extreme ups and downs on environmental issues, here’s a rundown of what to read on climate, cities and more:

1. Risk

The New Grand Strategy: Restoring America’s Prosperity, Security and Sustainability in the 21st Century

By Mark Mykleby, Patrick Doherty and Joel Makower

This title might not be a shocker, given that GreenBiz Executive Editor Joel Makower is a co-author, but the book neatly encapsulates the interdisciplinary nature of sustainability.

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