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The Story of CO2

The Story of CO2 explores all aspects of carbon dioxide, from the atomic to the universal, and takes the reader on an epic journey into our physical world, from the Big Bang all the way to the present ...

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By (author) David Miller
Foreword by Bill McKibben
Categories: Environmental policy and protocols

If our planet is going to survive the climate crisis, we need to act rapidly. Taking cues from progressive cities around the world, including Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, Oslo, Shenzhen, and Sydney, ...

Common Futures

From marginal activist groups to governments and interstate organizations, all appear to be concerned with what the future of our shared world will look like. Yet even amid the ongoing global crisis caused ...

Thirty Years of Failure

Robert MacNeil examines Canada’s changing climate policy in meticulous detail and argues that the failure of this policy is due to a perfect storm of interrelated and mutually reinforcing cultural, ...

Whose Water Is It, Anyway?

Former senior water advisor to the UN General Assembly Maude Barlow chronicles the history of the Blue Communities movement and explains how regular citizens can become water activists within their local ...

The Hard Work of Hope

The Climate Nexus (RMB, 2015) analyzed and explored the economic and social realities facing water, food, energy, and biodiversity. The Hard Work of Hope continues this narrative and seeks to develop ...

A Line in the Tar Sands

Tar sands “development” comes with an enormous environmental and human cost. But tar sands opponents—fighting a powerful international industry—are likened to terrorists; government environmental ...

From Hiroshima to Fukushima to You

Clear and accurate information about the risks of radiation told through fascinating stories. Few physicians give thought to the delayed health effects of radiation or challenge the potential overuse ...

The Answer Is Still No

“The oil and gas industry has wanted into the west coast for decades. This is an ongoing struggle between the people who live here and have access to the marine resources now, the fish, and the industry, ...

Unlikely Radicals

For twenty-two years politicians and businessmen pushed for the Adams Mine landfill as a solution to Ontario’s garbage disposal crisis. This plan to dump millions of tonnes of waste into the fractured ...