http://www.timesatlas.com/TimesAtlasRange/Pages/AtlasDetail.aspx?IDNumber=63021 for 110 British pounds on sale.
No , I have not purchased it: I read about it at http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2011/sep/15/new-atlas-climate-change . Naming a new island isn't the only thing that has changed. From the Guardian:
Sections of the Rio Grande, Yellow, Colorado and Tigris rivers are now drying out each summer. In Mongolia, the Ongyin Gol has been redirected to allow gold mining, while the Colorado river these days does not reach the sea most years. "We are increasingly concerned that in the near future important geographical features will disappear for ever. Greenland could reach a tipping point in about 30 years," said Jethro Lennox, editor of the atlas.How long is Canada going to do absolutlely nothing about climate change?
Forever, if we don't generate the political will to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Climate change is a pyschological issue - not an environmental issue. Win -win solutiosn exist ( you save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions) but collectively we don't implement them. Denial is such a cozy blanket .....
Check out the site below and be arrested in Ottawa on September 26, 2011 (after taking the train to get there!) if you're tired of writing letters.
Apparently the atlas is published by Rupert Murdoch - and is inaccurate. Quelle surprise! However, climate change is happening in the Arctic - and Canada should be taking steps to prevent and mitigate climate change. Even if Rupert Murdoch's empire publishes inaccuarate information. ....