Welcome to the Fire and Ice online exhibit and physical book display where you will find books/ebooks, videos, and lectures compiled in celebration of Earth Month.
Fire and Ice is a conceptual display bringing together two of Earth’s transformative elements, displayed to guide viewers on a journey of exploration focused on climate change and sustainability viewed through themes of fire and ice. Explore fiction and nonfiction books, poetry, and media illuminating anthropogenic impacts upon Earth’s systems. Topics include fire (both its natural role and the exacerbated devastation linked to human activity), water (in oceans and desert riparian environments), desert ecosystems, glaciers, the polar ice caps, extinction events, desert plants and animals, the culture of the Southwest, and more. The display is curated by Wes Edens and René Tanner with input from the ASU Library and campus communities in recognition and celebration of Earth Month.
View the book display on the first floor of the Noble Library beginning around April 5 through the spring semester.
Get started exploring by taking our quiz to test your environmental knowledge: