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Steve's Hurricane Handbook 2008 By Stephen Leahy
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Living with Global Warming: A selection of the 'best bits' from four years of articles about the scientific evidence between hurricanes and global warming. Originally published by the world's sixth... More > largest news wire the Inter Press News Service. "The threat hurricanes pose has to taken more seriously." -- Kerry Emanuel, a climatologist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Arranged chronologically, the scientific story about hurricanes and climate change becomes increasingly evident. Colour, 25 pages.< Less
Oil Stains in the Boreal Forest: The Environmental Cost of Canada's Oil Sands - Revised V2.1 By Stephen Leahy
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Canada’s oil sands are the world’s largest industrial project. Some of the environmental impacts can also be seen from space but many more are invisible and unacknowledged in their... More > entirety until now. A leading international environmental journalist, Leahy provides a fast, factual overview of the incredible environmental impacts of making more than one million barrels of oil a day out of hundreds of millions on tons of tarry sand. Leading scientific and environmental experts along with industry officials are interviewed to provide the full story. -- REVISED V2.1 includes pictures, hyperlinks, bonus chart on The Real Cost of Tank of Oil Sands Gas -- Full-color, 8 1/2 x 11" 30 pages (14 mb pdf download)< Less
Greening Stewardship: How Museums Can Help Create a Sustainable Culture By Stephen Leahy
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The challenge of creating a sustainable culture is a major opportunity for museums, art galleries and other cultural institutions. This six-page article examines how some of North America’s... More > leading museums and galleries including Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium, Ottawa’s Canadian War Museum, New Jersey’s Liberty Science Center and many others are meeting this challenge. “All cultural institutions ought to be leaders and intelligent commentators on social and environmental issues.” — Former CEO of the Glenbow Museum. – includes examples from large and small institutions about programming, community outreach, green buildings and LEED standards. -- Originally published in muse magazine 2003.< Less