Chris Turner is the author of four previous books, a nine-time National Magazine Award winner and a sought-after speaker on the rise of the global green economy, as well as a celebrated feature writer for The Walrus, Canadian Geographic, The Globe & Mail and other major publications. His lively and passionate reportage, along with his incisive essays and shrewd cultural criticism, have for the past fifteen years made essential contributions to the debates on our climate, culture, and technology. They are collected here for the first time.
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Key Facts Key Cases: Equity & Trusts will ensure you grasp the main concepts of your Equity & Trusts module with ease. This book explains the facts and associated case law for: • The nature of a trust,the creation of express private trusts and purpose trusts • Constitution of trusts• Types of trust: secret, protective and…
Praise for How To Breathe Underwater
Chris Turner is among the best magazine writers on the planet. His writing is so beautiful, wry and well-reported that it's spellbinding. And spellbreaking: He wakes you up, makes you sit upright and look afresh at our culture, our climate, and where we need to go. This is literary nonfiction at its finest.”-Clive Thompson, Wired columnist and author of Smarter Than You Think
"Chris Turner is the master of long-form journalism in Canada, a smart, funny, and endlessly curious envoy to everywhere. This collection gathers his best work, forging links of meaning in a chain of superb reporting and writing; readers will see many choice pieces and realize, maybe for the first time, that they were all fashioned by the same indefatigable intelligence."-Mark Kingwell, the author of A Civil Tongue
"Whatever you choose to call this kind of stylishly reported, deeply engaged, richly nuanced, gorgeously written nonfiction – saturation reportage, new journalism, longform writing – it without question qualifies as real literature.It's the only kind of journalism that gets remembered, and the only kind that produces real change.Chris Turner has been writing it since he started taking notes.”-Ian Brown, author of The Boy in the Moon and Globe & Mail feature writer