Summer Reading Series

Seascapes on the Scotian Basin (Photo by Simon Ryder-Burbidge.)
On June 22, 2018, BP spilled 136,000 litres of offshore drilling lubricant off the coast of Nova Scotia, one of the largest such spills in Atlantic Canada's history. But it was far from unique.
Rouge Park is a place that, for transit fare, can transport you to one of the rarest forests on the continent in the largest urban park North America has ever known. This investigative piece looks at the Park's journey from political hot-potato to protected reserve.
In March of 2015, the derelict HMCS Cormorant began to list dangerously to one side at its port in the community of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
Treena Hein explores the 'green infrastructure' trend, in particular the significant potential of using trees for stormwater management.
Andrew Torry investigates the political and ecological debate surrounding fish and culverts, focusing his analysis on Craig Creek in northern Ontario.
In 2013, Waukesha Wisconsin filed an application requesting permission to take over 10 million gallons of fresh water from Lake Michigan every day. Join Andrew Reeves in our first in the Summer Reading Series, as he explores the complexity of this issue, its historical roots, and the state of our Great Lakes.
Home of A\J's Summer Reading 2016 Series!