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Ed Struzik Travels in the Melting North

For over a year, Struzik traveled on eleven trips throughout Alaska, Canada’s Arctic territories, and Greenland to document this rapidly changing world. The veteran journalist gained unprecedented access to scientific expeditions, native communities, as well as security and sovereignty experts. THE BIG THAW details Struzik’s observations of receding glaciers, dwindling herds, and invading species symptomatic of a world in decline.

Struzik goes into the field with the world’s leading polar bear scientist, skis on melting glaciers with glaciologists, travels the Northwest Passage on an aging icebreaker, and stalks a carnivorous rogue walrus with an Inuit hunter. His journeys bring him up close to some of the world’s most unique animals, from the iconic polar bear to the mysterious narwhal to the prehistoric-looking muskox.


Green Business Practices For Dummies® Reduce the environmental impact of your business— without reducing the bottom line.

February 11, 2009 – Changing governmental policies, evolving technologies, and heightened consumer eco-awareness are all proving the value in sustainability as a business model. With the newly published Green Business Practices For Dummies® (Wiley Publishing, Inc.; 978-0-470-39339-0; January 2009), the world’s bestselling reference series gives corporate managers and small business owners straightforward advice on how […]

GREEN TO GOLD: How Smart Companies Use Environmental Strategy to Innovate, Create Value, and Build Competitive Advantage

NOW IN PAPERBACK A Revised and Updated Edition of a Category Leader January 28, 2009 – Since it was published, Green to Gold has become the leading book on “green/sustainable business.”  Now available in paperback for the first time, GREEN TO GOLD:  How Smart Companies Use Environmental Strategy to Innovate, Create Value, and Build Competitive […]