Reviews

Book Review: White Eskimo
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The life of Arctic explorer Knud Rasmussen, who diligently documented Inuit spirituality and culture, is explored in this new biography.

Book Review: Seal
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A Canadian historian looks at the seal’s place in the natural order and in human culture.

Film Reviews: Debris and Lost & Found
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Two films follow the fate of marine debris from the 2011 tsunami in Tohoku, Japan.

Book Review: Ocean Country
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A life-threatening accident sets journalist Liz Cunningham on a life-changing journey. 

Book Review: A World for My Daughter
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Through letters to his daughter, an ecologist shares his knowledge of the natural world and his hopes for its future.

Book Review: Plankton
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A phantasmagoria of aquatic drifters, up close.

Eleven New Coastal-Themed Books for Kids
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Stories from the coast to share with the children in your life.

Book Review: Spirals in Time
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Helen Scales explores the secret life and curious afterlife of seashells.

Film Review: On the Edge of the World
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On Haida Gwaii, there is beauty, perseverance, and an unstoppable culture. A documentary highlights the battle for sustainability, past and...

Book Review: The Real Thing
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A new biography explores the life of the great Canadian ecologist, Ian McTaggart Cowan. 

Book Review: Light Years
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What is it like to run away and join the circling lights?

Film Review: Hadwin’s Judgement
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Director Sasha Snow filmed a documentary based on John Vaillant’s award-winning 2005 book, The Golden Spruce.

Book Review: Future Arctic
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Veteran writer Edward Struzik examines the present and past of the Arctic and offers his thoughts on its future. 

Book Review: The Narrow Edge
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When the lives of horseshoe crabs and migrating sandpipers intersect, the past and future are joined.

Book Review: The Western Flyer
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Whatever happened to the boat that starred in John Steinbeck’s The Log from the Sea of Cortez?

Book Review: The Big Swim
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Inspired by a concern for the planet, an author takes a series of journeys, facing her own fears and searching for solutions.

Book Review: Barbarian Days
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The memoir of a life lived on the water, from a veteran writer and surfer.

Book Review: Rain
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Since the first water fell and began to cool a fiery planet, rain has shaped our world. Writer Cynthia Barnett explores our relationship with rain...

Book Review: Coastlines
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A nature journalist explores the practical and metaphorical meanings of the British coast.

Book Review: Betting the Farm on a Drought
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What happens when the impacts of a changing climate get personal?

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