Books that focus on the environment and the threat of climate change to inspire readers to take action and protect our planet.
The story one of the largest trees in Canada whose unlikely survival and discovery sheds light on environmentalism, climate change and ecotourism.
Ailton Krenak, renowned Indigenous activist, demonstrates that our current environmental crisis is rooted in society’s flawed concept of “humanity”.
This eloquent book by the internationally renowned art historian Salvatore considers a new debate about Venice.
A stylish and inspiring guide for living a happier life in balance with the natural world.
Ronald J. Deibert exposes the disturbing influence and impact of the internet on politics, the economy, the environment, and humanity.
Award–winning Métis poet and acclaimed novelist Katherena Vermette’s second collection, river woman, explores her relationship to nature.
This specially designed and bound hardcover First Edition of Katherena Vermette's poetry collection river woman is limited to 50 copies.
A classic work of Canadian nature and wildlife — updated and reissued with a new design and afterword by the author.
A poet and journalist looks back on a remarkable journey from Turkey to Nepal in 1978, when the region was on the brink of massive transformation.
Surrender explores the changing landscape of the American West and the radical environmental movements that have taken root.
An actionable guide to mindfulness and practical ethics for any creative professional who wants to make a living without selling their soul.
A set of practical and grounded tools for enchanting our lives and the places we live, leading to a greater sense of meaning and belonging.