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Donate to Earth Day Canada's "Crowd Planting" Campaign #Rooting4Trees

by: EJ on 04/19/2016

At New Society Publishers, we’re excited about Earth Day Canada's ambitious “crowd-planting” campaign.  The goal is to plant one tree for every person on the planet by 2020, starting with a commitment to plant 25,000 trees by the end of April 2016!  To help support this campaign, New Society Publishers is giving away a $50 dollar gift …

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Attention nature writers!

by: Sara on 02/22/2016

On May 22-27, 2016 Carrie Saxifrage, the author of the first climate change memoir The Big Swim, Coming Ashore in a World Adrift, and Anne Haven McDonnell, associate professor at the Institute of American Indian Arts, present Inhale Wilderness, Exhale Stories at Hollyhock a "non-profit educational institute dedicated to personal, professional and …

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May the Dude Be with You: The Final Day of Our 12 Days of Holiday #Giving

by: EJ on 12/12/2015

All good things must come to an end - but must they?  Today is the last day of our 50% off holiday sale, so I guess that good thing is ending, but the incredible value of the shared ideas and knowledge that forms the basis of our 12 Days of #Giving will stay with you.

I hope you took advantage of the opportunity to give to Syrian refugees on …

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Happy Climate Pivot

by: EJ on 12/02/2015

Today's blog comes to us from Carrie Saxifrage, author of The Big Swim: Coming Ashore in a World Adrift.  As our friends, colleagues, elected representatives and fellow global citizens meet in Paris to discuss a climate change agreement, Carrie reflects on this pivotal time.

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#COP21 101 From Alternatives Journal

by: EJ on 11/23/2015

New Society authors Albert Bates, Laura Lengnick, Starhawk and Bernard Lietaer will be attending the #COP21 Climate Conference in Paris.  Also attending will be members of Canada's leading environmental magazine, Alternatives JournalToday's helpful #COP21 primer was originally posted on their blog, November 6th, and is reprinted here with …

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