6 edition of The tar sands found in the catalog.
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Seeking new definitions of ecology in the tar sands of northern Alberta and searching for the sweetness of life in the face of planetary crises. Confounded by global warming and in search of an affirmative politics that links ecology with social change, Matt Hern and Am Johal set off on a series of road trips to the tar sands of northern Alberta—perhaps the world's largest industrial site The result is Ethical Oil: The Case for Canada’s Oil Sands (McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, ). Levant strips off much of the veneer of respectability from opponents of our Tar Sands oil production, but he also has one overwhelming point. Canada is now one of the world’s top oil producers mostly thanks to the Tar ://
The tar sands has become a key front in the fight against climate change, and the fight for a better future, and it’s hard to overstate the importance of the struggles it has inspired. ~ Naomi Klein, Bill McKibben Tar sands “development” comes with an enormous environmental and human cost. But tar sands opponents— The book coincides with another hard-hitting look at the tar sands in the March issue of National magazine devotes 24 pages to the topic, including some stunning of them
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Tar Sands also reveals how Canada's new status as a petrostate has jeopardized its democracy. His 12 steps to energy sanity should be required reading for every citizen.
—Georgia Straight () In his recent book Tar Sands Nikiforuk lands a knockout blow on the kissers of the oil industry, oil-friendly bureaucrats, and petrol Winner of the prestigious Rachel Carson Environment Book Award. “Andrew Nikiforuk's Tar Sands is, in essence, a revolting, blush-making case for Canada to develop integrated energy and environmental regulation suitable for the post-carbon age.”—Globe & Mail.
Newly updated, Andrew Nikiforuk's Tar Sands is a critical exposé of the world's largest energy project—the Alberta oil sands About the Tar Sands Songbook. An illuminating work of documentary theater, the Tar Sands Songbook asks us to consider our personal relationships to oil. Creator Tanya Kalmanovitch knows these relationships all too well.
Born in Fort McMurray, Canada, near the site of the Athabasca Oil Sands, the world’s largest bitumen reservoir, she made her Tar sands “development” comes with an enormous environmental and human cost. But tar The fight over the tar sands in North America is among the epic environmental and social justice battles of our time, and one of the first that has managed to marry quite explicitly concern for frontline communities and immediate local hazards with fear for I knew the Tar Sands had a high environmental cost but what this book shows really well is the other costs.
First interesting thing I learned is that the Alberta government and the oil industry intentionally call the tar sands, oil sands, even though the substance coming out of the ground is like asphalt and not oil at :// A Line in the Tar Sands is drawn with hope and righteous anger, celebrating the cosmologies that the tar sands industry-and its politicians-would destroy." The tar sands book Patel, author of Stuffed and Starved) "Opposition to the tar sands of Alberta and the pipelines that would carry their deadly crude has created one of the most potent civil society “The most important stories in The tar sands book tar sands struggle are hidden by the media.
This revelatory book tells of Canadian duplicity, Chinese capital, migrant workers, healing ceremonies, movement reflection and strategy, EU lobbying, the contradictions › Books › Business & Money › Economics.
Tar Sands critically examines the frenzied development in the Canadian tar sands and the far-reaching implications for all of North America. Bitumen, the sticky stuff that ancients used to glue the Tower of Babel together, is the world’s most expensive hydrocarbon.
This difficult-to-find resource has made Canada the number-one supplier of oil to the United States, and every major oil company › Books › Business & Money › Industries.
Tar Sands: Dirty Oil and the Future of a Continent. Vancouver: Greystone Books, This book explores the contemporary context of the tar sands by juxtaposing the western world’s insatiable demand for cheap fossil fuel energy with the inability of Alberta bitumen to satisfy the The Tar Sands. 90 likes 14 talking about this.
Y'all want some lo-fi garage punk about fuckin shit up. Tar sands “development” comes with an enormous environmental and human cost. In the tar sands of Alberta, the oil industry is using vast quantities of water and natural gas to produce synthetic crude oil, creating drastically high levels of greenhouse gas emissions and air and water ://?l=product_detail&p= Reviews [A Line in the Tar Sands is] the finest to date on the tar sands.
– UnderCurrents: Journal of Critical Environmental Studies. From Indigenous people’s sharing of prophecy, to locking downs and blockades, from marches to hip hop tours, from horseback rides to hunger strikes, and from mass arrests in front of the White House and Parliament to court battles, A Line in the Tar Sands Book Review: A Line in the Tar Sands.
by Sasha / Earth First. Newswire. So it appears that activists may have defeated the Keystone XL (except for the southern part). This is great news, because it puts a dent in the Alberta tar sands.
At the same time, there are more pipelines being built out from the tar sands, and other tar sands mining A Line in the Tar Sands should be read by activists and theorists alike. It will assist the movement in moving forward. It will assist the movement in moving forward. Brad Hornick is a perpetual student now doing a Ph.D.
studying the relationship of climate science to political :// free download of good book on the tar sands. By way of Gristmill, "If realized, these latest atomic visions for the tar sands would make Canada the only developed country in the world to employ nuclear power to accelerate the exploitation of carbon-rich fossil fuels," Calgary journalist Andrew Nikiforuk writes in Tar Sands: Dirty Oil and You are invited to join internationally-acclaimed campaigner Joshua Kahn-Russell for the Australian launch of his new book "A Line in the Tar Sands - Struggles for Environmental Justice.
Canada's Alberta tar sands oil, if fully exploited, would add enough carbon to actorg/signup/Tar_Sands_JKR. The essay collection A Line in the Tar Sands: Struggles for Environmental Justice is variously a manual, a call to action, and a series of first-hand accounts of a movement.
While the struggle over mining the Alberta tar sands – described repeatedly in the book as the largest industrial project in the world – is one of the most frequently covered stories in this country (especially if Canada’s tar-sands have replaced the lost Venezuela tar-sands until both can flood the world with multiplied carbon profits for the brothers.
They now play with a politically loaded deck, including the support by Global Affairs Canada by CIA-style operations in at least Latin :// The Alberta Tar Sands are a cesspool of pollution. Nikiforuk's elegantly written book delivers all the gory details about toxic lakes, heat-trapping greenhouse gases, and the fiction of reclamation.
Tar Sands also reveals how Canada's new status as a petrostate has jeopardized its democracy. His 12 steps to energy sanity should be required This book, which reveals the true cost of the Alberta tar sands, shows why he's so admired in some quarters and so feared in others." Gary Stephen Ross, Editor-in-chief, Vancouver Magazine Overview Tar Sands critically examines the frenzied development in the Canadian tar sands and the far-reaching implications for all of North.
Andrew Nikiforuk's Tar Sands: Dirty Oil and the Future of a Continent lays bare the idiocy of this malignant neglect.
The book is, in essence, a revolting, blush-making case for Canada to develop Winner of the Rachel Carson Environment Book Award, from the Society of Environmental Journalists Canada has one third of the world’s oil source; it comes from the bitumen in the oil sands of Alberta.
Advancements in technology and frenzied development have created the world’s largest energy project in Fort McMurray where, rather than shooting up like a fountain in the deserts of ?id=SUEWlv5JmVkC.New York Times, April 1, by Thomas Homer-Dixon. IF President Obama blocks the Keystone XL pipeline once and for all, he’ll do Canada a favor.
Canada’s tar sands formations, landlocked in northern Alberta, are a giant reserve of carbon-saturated energy — a mixture of sand, clay and a viscous low-grade petroleum called ://