THE CARBON BUBBLE: What Happens to Us When It Bursts
A compelling argument by the author showing that Canada's first Harper government's economic vision for the country, based on oil, was dead wrong. He posits that Canada has assets more valuable in today's economy--land and water--necessary to supply tomorrow's need for food.
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