Digging the City Review Rhona McAdam A\J
Changing urban food culture will require a shift in consciousness, but is essential for future health and well-being, argues veteran food writer and activist Rhona McAdam.
Food and the City Review Jennifer Cockrall-King A\J
Cockrall-King puts present-day urban agriculture in a historical context and offers solutions to those seeking alternatives to the multinational agribusiness food system.
Hiroshima Nagasaki Download web screenshot A\J
Shinpei Takeda brings a profound human element to nuclear events with his collection of stories from atomic bomb survivors around the world.
Louis Helbig Sunken Villages A\J
Helbig's images are subtly beautiful compositions that capture the troubling history of the St. Lawrence Seaway.
Chronicling the resistance to Monsanto's GM wheat in the early 2000s, Emily Eaton has turned her dissertation into a must-read for foodies and farmers.
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Sebastião Salgado A\J
Salgado's photographs inspire discovery, connection and attentiveness to the natural world.
The Energy of Slaves book review A\J
A\J columnist Andrew Nikiforuk exposes oil's role in the new and insidious slavery of the industrial age.
Blackfish film review A\J
This chilling documentary looks behind the recent death of a SeaWorld trainer to expose the appalling living conditions of captive orcas.
Behavior of North American Mammals book review A\J
Elbroch and Rinehart have created a stunning guide for both novice and experienced naturalists.
Nothing Like Chocolate film review A\J
From bean to bar in Grenada, this documentary shows how chocolate can be made organically and without child slaves.

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