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Can Climate Change Be Reversed?

David Keith’s carbon removal moonshot

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The Plans to Strip-Mine Coal in the Mountains

A threat to the Eastern Slopes watershed

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Conflict Between Humans and Wildlife

Photo Essay by Dan Rafla

On the Ledge

Equalization Rage

Silly – but politically useful

Dialogue

Is a Carbon Tax the Best Way to Reduce GHG Emissions?

Jennifer Winter and Ian Urquhart respectfully disagree.

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Reject, Accept, Embrace

Speed it Up!

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Arno Kopecky

Arno Kopecky is an environmental journalist and author based in Vancouver. His stories have been appeared in The Walrus, Foreign Policy, The Globe and Mail and Reader’s Digest. His book The Sea was shortlisted for a Governor General’s Award.

Kevin Van Tighem

Kevin Van Tighem has written more than 200 articles and essays on conservation and wildlife. He’s a long time Alberta Views columnist and the author of many books, including Our Place: Changing the Nature of Alberta. He lives in Canmore.

Jennifer Winter

Jennifer Winter is an assistant professor of economics at the U of C as well as Scientific Director, Energy and Environmental Policy research division, School of Public Policy. Her research evaluates climate policies, including carbon pricing.

Ian Urquhart

Ian Urquhart is a professor emeritus of political science at U of A and editor of the Wild Lands Advocate, the news journal of the Alberta Wilderness Association. His latest book is Costly Fix: Power, Politics, Nature and Tar Sands (UTP, 2018).

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by Wayne S. Grazio, 2012, Calgary Zoo.
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Arno Kopecky

Arno Kopecky is an environmental journalist and author based in Vancouver. His stories have been appeared in The Walrus, Foreign Policy, The Globe and Mail and Reader’s Digest. His book The Sea was shortlisted for a Governor General’s Award.

Kevin Van Tighem

Kevin Van Tighem has written more than 200 articles and essays on conservation and wildlife. He’s a long time Alberta Views columnist and the author of many books, including Our Place: Changing the Nature of Alberta. He lives in Canmore.

Jennifer Winter

Jennifer Winter is an assistant professor of economics at the U of C as well as Scientific Director, Energy and Environmental Policy research division, School of Public Policy. Her research evaluates climate policies, including carbon pricing.

Ian Urquhart

Ian Urquhart is a professor emeritus of political science at U of A and editor of the Wild Lands Advocate, the news journal of the Alberta Wilderness Association. His latest book is Costly Fix: Power, Politics, Nature and Tar Sands (UTP, 2018).

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THE BIRD THAT WAS A MIMIC

By DAVEANDJENN, 2018.

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Keetsahnak: Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Sisters

Edited by Kim Anderson, Maria Campbell
and Christi Belcourt
Reviewed by Tracey Lindberg

The Western Alienation Merit Badge

by Nancy Jo Cullen
Reviewed by Anne Logan

Inner Ranges: An Anthology of Mountain Thoughts and Mountain People

by Geoff Powter
Reviewed by Jeff Doherty

The Death of Annie the Water Witcher by Lightning

by Audrey J. Wilson
Reviewed by Bryn Evans
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THE BIRD THAT WAS A MIMIC

By DAVEANDJENN, 2018.

Photo courtesy of  TrépanierBaer and M.N. Hutchinson.

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Books

Keetsahnak: Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Sisters

Edited by Kim Anderson, Maria Campbell
and Christi Belcourt
Reviewed by Tracey Lindberg

The Western Alienation Merit Badge

by Nancy Jo Cullen
Reviewed by Anne Logan

Inner Ranges: An Anthology of Mountain Thoughts and Mountain People

by Geoff Powter
Reviewed by Jeff Doherty

The Death of Annie the Water Witcher by Lightning 

by Audrey J. Wilson
Reviewed by Bryn Evans
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