Writing projects

The Ecology Book

Stylish graphics and engaging text combine to create an accessible book about ecology. With real-life examples and astonishing facts, you’ll learn everything you need to know, from understanding ecosystems to the complex challenges of climate change.  Celia Coyne wrote several articles for this book, which is published by DK Books.

Extreme Earth

With stunning photography throughout, this book is a captivating guide to our planet’s superlative landscapes and events. Celia Coyne wrote the chapter on ‘Fire and Movement’. Published by Reader’s Digest (Australia).

The Day the Earth Wouldn’t Stand Still

Celia Coyne was living in Christchurch, New Zealand, during the February 2011 earthquake. This is her account of the day with an update on the
city’s recovery one year after the event.

The Power of Plants

Celia Coyne researched and wrote this full colour book about the wonders of plants. Intriguing facts jostle with cutting-edge research and stunning photography and design. Packaged by Toucan Books and published by Reader’s Digest (UK). The book has been translated into several languages.

From Mine to Madam

A feature for The Field magazine. The article charts a diamond’s journey from its origins deep in the earth to its destination as an exquisite jewel. The piece features an interview with master diamond cutter Gabi Tolkowsky.

Subjects Celia has written about include…

• alternative medicine • animal behaviourasthma • biology • botany • British mice • bumble bees • carpentry • cataractsclimate change • companion pets • concrete • DIY • DNA • earthquakes • ecology • environmental pollution • extreme weather • family history • first aid • fossil-hunting • genetic modification • Go – the surrounding game • gold-panning • geysers • graffiti knitting • herbal remedies • heredity • hookworms • knitting groups • lahars • landslides • lightningmatariki mantra meditation • microbiology • natural resources • plants • plastics plate tectonicsRachel Carsonrecyclingrelaxation techniquesrenewable energy • robotics • sinkholessleep • stress • volcanoes • walking • waste disposal water • wavelengths • yarn bombing  

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