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|September 5, 2014

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Winner of the Governor General's Award for Literary Non-Fiction and the 2002 Crime Writers of Canada Arthur Ellis Award for Best True Crime "A grisly catalogue of the effects of hydrogen sulphide and flaring . . . Nikiforuk provides an eloquent and persuasive…
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|March 15, 2010

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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…

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A Globe & Mail Top 100 Selection Beginning in the late 1980s, a series of pine beetle (also known as the bark beetle) outbreaks unsettled iconic forests and communities across western North America. An insect the size of a rice kernel eventually killed more than…

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Journaliste depuis 20 ans, ANDREW NIKIFORUK est spécialiste des questions économiques et environnementales. Il est l'auteur de The Fourth Horseman, acclamé par la critique en Grande-Bretagne, au Canada et aux États-Unis, et de Saboteurs, pour lequel il a reçu le…
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|August 1, 2010

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The book that put the tar sands -- and their devastating environmental impact -- on the map, for better or worse. Andrew Nikiforuk's Tar Sands is a critical expose of the world's largest energy project -- the Alberta oil sands -- that has made Canada one of the…
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|July 22, 2011

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"A compelling look at what may be the single biggest impact of climate change, and a harbinger of life to come on a warming planet." -- Jim Robbins, The New York Times Beginning in the late 1980s, a series of pine beetle (also known as the bark beetle) outbreaks…