Publishing for the planet | Annual Reports | 2011 | Publications | David Suzuki Foundation
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Since the David Suzuki Foundation teamed up with Greystone Books (an imprint of Douglas & McIntyre) in 1990, we have helped publish nearly 50 books on science, the environment, and sustainability, many of which have earned critical acclaim and awards.

This past year, we proudly released four exciting new titles: Prairie: A Natural History by Candace Savage, Arctic Eden by Jerry Kobalenko, The Legacy: An Elder's Vision for Our Sustainable Future by David Suzuki, and Empire of the Beetle by Andrew Nikiforuk. The latter was a finalist for the 2011 Governor General's Literary Awards and was named a Globe 100 Best Book of the Year. We also released paperback editions of The Great Lakes by Wayne Grady, Bees by Candace Savage, and Lakeland by Allan Casey.