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Articles from Alternatives Journal (January 1, 2012)

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10 Most threatened forest hotspots: Conservation International places the importance of forests right next to foreboding statistics on habitat loss. 471
All sizzle, no stake: Parks Canada's 100th birthday may have been celebrated in Canada's uncritical media, but that doesn't mean our national parks are in good shape. Gailus, Jeff 2803
Atwood Ville: Margaret Atwood turns to an internet game called Frontier Ville to describe our disintegrating relationship with nature and what the Greenbelt movement can do to improve it. Atwood, Margaret 2496
Carbon capture + stupidity: Alberta's silver bullet is an energy dead-end that creates more problems than it solves. Nikiforuk, Andrew 671
Chapter 11. Brooks, David Letter to the editor 147
Co-evolution: not much happens by itself. Gibson, Robert 673
Fixed Metaphors. McMillan, Emily Book review 810
Footprint in mouth. Gareth, Lind Cartoon 154
Frack job. Brief article 207
Gizmos suck. Brief article 166
Gravel's gavel. Brief article 112
Half-time report: to give the boreal agreement staying power, industry, government and NGOS will need to learn and even trade each other's roles. 1075
It's about my Perverse city book. Blais, Pamela Letter to the editor 590
Keepers: new legislation allows you to designate heritage trees. 397
Local food prohibition. Brief article 112
May the forest be with you. Ross, Nicola Editorial 536
Seeing beyond the trees. Interview 1324
Smokin' Diva: Tobacco's attempt to re-invent herself hasn't impressed fair trade organizations. They want no part of her deforesting ways. Kennedy, Ryan David 530
Strength in Numbers. Leviten-Reid, Catherine Book review 801
The beetle's wake: selective logging of dead pine could have prevented much of the industrial mayhem, but it would have cost industry a few dollars more. Nikiforuk, Andrew Reprint 1246
The challenge: from the bow seat of a canoe in the NWT's Mackenzie watershed, Alternatives editor-in-chief Nicola Ross explores the relationship between knowing a landscape and protecting it. Ross, Nicola 1837
Wealth in the woods: six non-timber products that feed hundreds of millions of dollars into the forest economy. Munier, Anne 996
Winners. 112

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