Vol. 41 Nbr. 5, September 2015
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- AJ takes COP21.
- The science of poetry.
- Whales, greening renos & BC bees.
- How to get out.
- Footprint in mouth.
- Optimistic for a change.
- California's dry advice.
- Debt due us part.
- Eat, poo, biodegrade.
- Where eagles soar.
- 'Shroom power.
- Carpooling VW's blame.
- Testing plan bee.
- Kids run the world: Toronto students protect nature one step at a time.
- Scapewolves: humans--not wolves--brought the caribou to the brink of extinction.
- Extinction art: artists are confronting us with the world as it is, was and could be.
- Living on stolen land.
- Love in the time of climate change: how to meet and keep companions in on uncaring world.
- A natural history of airports: air travel's carbon emissions are high profile, but the local ecological impacts often fly under the radar.
- In the wake of Walkerton: terror management theory explains our response to the small town's water disaster.
- That '70s AJ: how a small journal laid the foundation for today's renewable energy movement.
- Comedy of the commons: cheerful options for shared resources in an era of climate change.
- Small town secret garden: a remarkable partnership is taking roof in Invermere, BC.
- Oil vs Amazon vs Ego.
- Pick Up the Pace.
- Propaganda shrugged.
- Tiny creatures may be beautiful or ugly, but mostly they are neglected.