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published: Apr 2005
ISBN:9781552636459
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At The Cutting Edge

by Elizabeth E May

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' What we decide about the future of Canada's remaining forests will indicate whether we will try to find a balance with the ecological treasures that sustain us.'-David Suzuki Mismanagement of Canada's logging industry could send what once seemed an inexhaustible resource the way of the Atlantic fishery. In this powerful indictment of the forest industry, Elizabeth May documents the systematic degradation of the Canadian wilderness and reveals evidence of looming wood shortages from the Maritimes to British Columbia.

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Elizabeth E May

ELIZABETH MAY is Executive Director of the Sierra Club of Canada. She has devoted her life to the environment, serving as Senior Policy Advisor to the Minister of the Environment. She is the author of Paradise Won, which chronicles the efforts to save the remote forests of South Moresby in the Queen Charlotte Islands, and Budworm Battles, about the battle to keep pesticides out of Cape Breton’s forests. She is currently writing a book on how to become an activist. Elizabeth May lives in Ottawa with her daughter.
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