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Social Science Developing Countries

The Carbon Rush

The Truth Behind the Carbon Market Smokescreen

by (author) Amy Miller

Red Deer Press
Initial publish date
Jan 2014
Developing Countries, Environmental Policy, Environmental Science
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Jan 2014
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About the author

Amy Miller
is a media maker and social justice organizer based in Montr�al. She recently directed and wrote the documentary No Land No Food No Life a hard-hitting film on the economy, agricultural land grabs and the changes to farmers' lives around the world.

She directed, wrote and produced the documentary The Carbon Rush, a global expos� on how carbon offset projects impact local peoples. The film has expanded to include an online interactive game as well as a book of essays and photos published by Red Deer Press (2013).

She directed, wrote and produced the featurette documentary Myths for Profit: Canada's Role In Industries of War and Peace that was screened thoroughly across Canada and at festivals including the Milano Film Festival, RIDM and The Bay Street Film Festival, where it won the Peoples Choice award.

Amy's first documentary, Outside of Europe, focuses on the exclusionary nature of immigration and border policies and continues to be screened around the world. She remains dedicated to developing critical documentaries for transformative social change and helping out grassroots campaigns for justice.

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Editorial Reviews

"I am recommending this book because it presents a side of the global climate change story that is not often heard or discussed in the popular press, even the press that is sympathetic to the realities of global climate change. The stories about individual lives and communities directly damaged and/or destroyed by the current methods employed by the world's carbon markets need a larger audience if our students are to make informed decisions as citizens about future social and economic policies."
National Science Teachers Association

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