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  • Reflections for the Twenty-First Century

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    Can you name a few habitats that are being destroyed? How is mitigation being done there? What would you do? What is your individual carbon footprint? Reflections for the Twenty-First Century explores the present state of Earth and Homo sapiens, ...


  • The Wildfire Twenty

    A Firefighter Memoir by

    In the spring of 2011, a devastating wildfire almost destroyed the town of Slave Lake. From the aftermath, a new type of Alberta firefighting crew was created to fight wildfires that could threaten entire communities. These 20-person crews would ...


  • Solutions for a Wounded Planet

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    Depressed about the environmental disaster currently rocking our world? Unsure about what to do when climate change is only growing worse? Fearful of what the future might look like with so many world powers refusing to acknowledge the issues at ...


  • Return of the Wild

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    RETURN OF THE WILD is a story of people who journey to the Parry Sound, Muskoka and Algonquin Park regions where the wilderness takes some visitors to itself and reveals life beyond their wildest hopes and dreams. The spiritual presence in the wild ...


  • Do You Eat the Red Ones Last?

    Canada's Not-so-Clandestine War to Expropriate Indigenous Lands and Resources: An Anthropologist's Curious Journey Through the Mind-Fields of Indigenous Knowledge, Rights, and Culture by

    Part exposé, part memoir, part reference manual for reconciling Indigenous and non-Indigenous rights in Canada, Do You Eat the Red Ones Last? takes the reader on one anthropologist’s journey through the turbulent waters of Canada’s contested lands ...


  • Julie and the Monster in the Sea

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    Jump into an underwater adventure with a young girl named Julie. She enjoys exploring the ocean. Julie wants to be friends with a shark who swims by her, yes a shark! Julie is not afraid of him. The story has a twist, as she discovers that the ...


  • Environmental Ethics From A Faith-Based Perspective

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    Many Scientists and researchers have proven that the human relationship with nature is broken. It remains important that we understand how this broken relationship has directly and drastically impacted the air we breathe, the soil we depend on for ...


  • Save Our Troubled World

    The Unprecedented Innovative Feasible World Salvation Project by

    Today, when natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes seem to be regular occurrences, it can be hard to hold out hope for a better tomorrow. But in Save Our Troubled World, author James Chen dares to dream of a new era where the effects ...


  • Wildnis

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    Imagine travelling from Europe to the Canadian wilderness in 1926 to marry a man you’ve never met. Imagine carving out a life beyond civilization in the northern forest and lake country of British Columbia. Imagine the hard, backbreaking work. ...


  • The End of Fossil Fuel Insanity

    Clearing the Air Before Cleaning the Air by

    Everyone knows that fossil fuels won’t last forever. Something needs to change at some point, regardless of whether the issue is climate change or because we need a practical replacement for petroleum as cheap supplies run out. But while headlines ...