Oh yess… Earth Abides… one of my favourites. And The Wind from Nowhere.
And Telempath… Spider Robinson wrote several other novels set around the same events, including Deathkiller (1982, 1987; Baen Books, Riverdale, NY, USA; ISBN 0-671-87722-4) and Lifehouse (1997; Baen Books, Riverdale, NY, USA; ISBN 0-671-87777-1). Deathkiller was first published as two books, Mindkiller and Time Pressure.
And what was that series of British novels about a Hothouse Earth, where there were spiderwebs between the Earth and the moon, and the few remaining humans lived in terror of the jungles?
Some of my nominations:
The End of the Dream by Philip Wylie
(1973; DAW Books, New York, USA; ISBN 0-87997-900-3).
The world ends in ecological catastrophe. A heartbreaking story, yet I highly recommend it.
Blood Music by Greg Bear
(1985; Ace Science Fiction, New York USA; ISBN 0-441-06796-4)
Microscopic intelligent life-forms start colonizing humans and the rest of the earth, leading to a total restructuring of the planet. The ending reminds me of Childhood’s End in some ways.
City by Clifford D Simak
(1952, 1980; Ace Science Fiction; New York USA; ISBN 0-441-10626-9)
Humans march into the future, change, and vanish, leaving their robots to carry on, serving Earth’s inheritors… and wondering…
Mother of Storms by John Barnes
(1994; Tor Books, New York, USA; ISBN 0-812-53345-3)
With a changing climate, storms become worse and worse, until a series of gigantic storms starsa to wipe the Earth clean of civilization.