Books & Resources

Nobel Laureate Alice Munro also a champion of ancient forests

Nobel Laureate Alice Munro also a champion of ancient forests

Canopy praises Canadian author Alice Munro for printing two of her recent books on cutting edge environmental papers.

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Blue Future: Protecting Water for People and the Planet Forever

Blue Future: Protecting Water for People and the Planet Forever

The final book in Maude Barlow’s Blue trilogy, Blue Future is a powerful, penetrating, and timely look at the global water crisis — and what we can do to prevent it.

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Resource and Environmental Management in Canada

Resource and Environmental Management in Canada

Bringing together contributions from over two dozen specialists in the field, this new fourth edition explains how the management process works; the variety of strategies used; the various technical and non-technical considerations that influence decisions; and the tradeoffs that must be made to accommodate a broad range of legitimate societal interests.

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Alice Munro and Yann Martel work with Canopy to give life to forests

Alice Munro and Yann Martel work with Canopy to give life to forests

Signed special editions of Life of Pi and Dear Life, printed on paper made from straw have been launched in support of Canopy’s campaigns to protect forests.

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Book: The Blueprint: Averting Global Collapse

In this book, Rirdan submits a plan that truly goes the distance: a highly detailed, planetary-wide blueprint that lays out a new course for our technological and industrial engines. It calls for sweeping adjustments in the way every person thinks and lives.

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Rob Bignell talks about Hikes with Tykes

Rob Bignell talks about Hikes with Tykes

In this Q&A, first published in EcoParent, Robin Fraser asks Hikes with Tykes author Rob Bignell about the pleasures and the benefits of nature-walking.

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Rethinking the Great White North: Race, Nature and the Historical Geographies of Whiteness in Canada

Rethinking the Great White North: Race, Nature and the Historical Geographies of Whiteness in Canada

Unlike most academic books, Rethinking the Great White North stirred enough irritation to be attacked by a Globe and Mail columnist. Repeating an old saw, Margaret Wente previously wrote that what makes someone Canadian is having sex in a canoe. Maybe new immigrants should be taught to canoe, Wente said, so they could be more patriotic.

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Edible Adventures

Edible Adventures

There is food all around us. Whether you live in the city or the country, in a house or an apartment, you have access to way more fresh healthy food than you think.

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Protect yourself from bear attacks

As hiking season approaches, bears start to emerge from hibernation. Check out this great resource to help you become more aware on how to protect yourself from bear attacks…. Product description from Amazon.ca: What causes bear attacks? When should you play dead and when should you fight an attacking bear? What do we know about […]

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Introducing EcoParent magazine

Introducing EcoParent magazine

Get ready for the first issue of EcoParent magazine, a new Canadian print publication that will cater to eco-savvy and eco-curious parents.

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