Award winning fictionAward winning non-fiction, Canadian non-fiction, Food and drink, Philosophy, Science and technology
According to Boyens, in the first decades of the new millennium, the majority of our food will be the product…of genetic engineering. She presents the implications of biotechnology, and illustrates the consequences this science may have for the environment, human and animal health, and the global food system. Winner of the National Business Book Award. 1999.
Award winning fictionAdventure and exploration, Award winning non-fiction, Sports and games, Travel and geography, Asian travel and geography
Recounts the endurance and determination of two British mountain climbers in making a forty-day ascent up the treacherous west wall…of Changabang Mountain in the Indian Himalayas. Winner of the John Llewelyn Rhys Memorial Prize. 1984.