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In Canada’s wilds, a chilling inferno was also an omen

In “Fire Weather,” the journalist John Vaillant makes the case that the catastrophic — and inevitable — 2016 Fort McMurray wildfire was a sign of things to come.
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How to tackle climate change? A new book has answers

Climate change is no longer a mirage—something so far away that sceptics among us believe it was hallucinated into existence by the ‘woke’ crowd. Its impact is visible and tangible even for those living under a rock.

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Book review: "The Great Displacement" is a must-read

This timely, important book argues that mass migration triggered by climate change will fundamentally rock U.S. society.

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Book review: Greta Thunberg tells it like it is in “The Climate Book”

The 20-year-old climate activist has put together a reading list for determined citizens willing to mobilize for a just and sustainable future.
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Exposed: The most polluted place in the United States

A new book investigates the toxic legacy of Hanford, the Washington state facility that produced plutonium for nuclear weapons.
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Water Always Wins: “Quietly radical” book makes case for slow water

In this Q&A with author Erica Gies, Gies says our fixation on controlling water has failed and it’s time for collaborative approaches.
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