Safer, Cleaner, Fairer, More Secure by Bill Stollery
Many people are concerned about the future. We need a world that is safer, cleaner and more secure. The required approach must have a global perspective. This book will help them feel enpowered and optimistic, will provide solutions to the world's ...
The Decline Effect
The Hidden Probability Law Controlling Markets, Politics, Culture, Religion, Epidemics and War by Dean Brooks
A crisis is coming for everyone who uses math and science. For decades now, the classical model of probability (the indifference principle and the Gaussian distribution) has been breaking down and revealing its limitations in fields from economics ...
Guide to Wellness Through Stretching
Change your range and improve mobility. Get ready to change your life! by Dale Deis and Ed Stiles
Stretching—you’ve probably heard of it. The fitness market is flooded with conflicting and confusing information about stretching. In The Guide to Wellness through Stretching, physiotherapist Dale Deis and physiologist Ed Stiles have taken a stiff, ...
Reflections for the Twenty-First Century
by Jean Pi Lee
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, ...
by Patrick McLaren
“What are the magic words?” “Abracadabra!” chorused the voices of the twenty or so children grouped around my feet. “Absolutely not,” I said as solemnly as I could. They have been changed this year to …” Magic permeates the remarkable journey of ...
Indigenous Reconciliation and Environmental Resilience
by Wesley Shennan
There are two themes: Indigenous reconciliation and environmental resilience. The purpose is to inform and inspire action – to quicken the pace of reconciliation and lessen the pace of global warming. The chapters, loosely held together by personal ...
A Novel About the Impossible by Doug Gill
When Jack Bennett takes over a first-year physics course from a colleague, little does he realize that life as he knows it is about to change … dramatically. During his first lecture, he’s captivated by a beautiful woman sitting in the front row. ...
Wartime Inspiration for Environmental Victory Today by Eleanor Boyle
Faced with a climate crisis, can people commit to action? Faced with evidence that our agriculture and our diets fuel that crisis—producing significant greenhouse gases—can we muster the vision to produce and consume food differently? Transforming ...
Our World-God's Visible Language
Visible Creation as Testimony to an Invisible Creator by Jerry Salloum
“How could you ever have thought [our world] was the ultimate reality? How could you ever have thought that it was merely a stage set for the moral drama of men and women?” For the many who share these thoughts from C.S. Lewis, our world is far ...
Hawk Moths of Jamaica
by Thomas W. Turner and Vaughan A. Turland
Jamaica was initially one of a few locations in the New World where early collections of hawk moths were made by visiting naturalists including Sir Hans Sloane, Philip Gosse, and natural history illustrator Luke Robins. From this material several ...