Reviews

People of a Feather review
This award-nominated film offers an up-close look at the adverse impacts of hydroelectric dams on Inuit livelihoods and Arctic sea ice ecosystems near the Belcher Islands of Canada’s Hudson Bay.
An outdated model guides quebec’s energy production and takes the Romaine River with it.
Defense lawyer Linda A. Rothstein addresses the audience
Is Suzuki’s Carbon Manifesto an act of seditious libel or the only rational response to climate change? You decide.
Kim Ondaatje's Steetly on Highway #5. Reviewed by A\J.
Kim Ondaatje’s retrospective exhibit displays an artistic ethic grounded in sustainability.
Canoe Nation: Nature, Race, and the Making of a Canadian Icon, Bruce Erickson
Like no other single object we have woven into our lives and our collective identity, the canoe has become a quintessentially Canadian symbol.
Water and Agriculture in Canada book review A\J AlternativesJournal.ca
Panelists from the Council of Canadian Academies suggest various research proposals that will guide Agriculture and Agri-Foods Canada (AAFC) toward sustainable management of water.
Margaret Clegg, Toll Bar Village near Doncaster, UK  (from Drowning World series
A diverse group including artists, musicians, economists and policymakers explore the impact and future of climate change
Aboriginal Power by Chris Henderson. Review in Alternatives Journal.
A perspective on how Indigenous Peoples in Canada can navigate the renewable energy field.
Oil Man and the Sea
An exploration of what the Northern Gateway pipeline would mean for British Columbia's Great Bear Rainforest
Surface Tension Exhibit review THEMUSEUM A\J AlternativesJournal.ca
An exploration of various challenges facing our water resources and potential solutions at THEMUSEUM.

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