Director of the Western Canada Wilderness Committee and its publishing program, Paul George was the chief writer of Meares Island: Protecting a Natural Paradise (Friends of Clayoquot Sound / Soules, 1985) and was a guiding force behind Carmanah: Artistic Visions of an Ancient Rainforest (Western Canada Wilderness Committee, 1989), featuring the works of more than 60 B.C. artists responding to the Carmanah Valley. The Carmanah book won both the Haig-Brown and Duthie Bookseller's Choice prizes in 1990. It was co-produced by Raincoast and Summerwild Productions.

[BCBW 2003] "Environment" "Publishing"