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Current educational products:

Earth wall chart
One of the most compact and comprehensive resources ever published, Earth: A Graphic Look at the State of the World presents essential data and commentaries on the condition of the world's environment - both natural and human.

Middle East wall chart
A resource for teachers, students, and citizens, The Middle East includes maps, charts, and text covering the region from India to Egypt, with special focus on Israel/Palestine and Iraq.

Ancient Egypt wall chart
A new look at some ancient mysteries, Guide to the Giza Plateau features articles, links, diagrams and photographs of some of the oldest and most enigmatic monuments on earth.




The Knowers Ark Educational Foundation/Global Education Project Publishing History


Previous Publications


After collaboration on several commercial publications, the team that formed the core of the Knowers Ark began educational publishing in 1990:
  • 1990 "What's Happening?", a map of south western B.C showing a partial inventory of the current environmental issues.

  • 1991 "Native Lands Then and Now", the first published compilation of First Nations traditional territories and treaty claims in British Columbia.

  • 1993 "The Leaf" and "Grasses", two botanical reference posters.

  • 1994 The Knowers Ark Educational Foundation was registered as a non-profit corporation in the province of British Columbia.

  • 1997 "A Guide to the Giza Plateau and Some Mysteries of Original Egyptian Culture"; The Guide to the Giza Plateau was the first publicly available to-scale plan map of the Giza Plateau showing all of the excavated sites around the great pyramids.

  • 1997"Giza on Line", an online resource guide associated with the paper poster/map.

  • 1998 "Y2K Wake Up" collated publicly available data available as of December 1998 on the challenges of the year 2000 crossover and the extent and consequences of the world's dependency on electricity, telecommunications and computer systems.

  • 1999 "Creative Culture and the Community Ark", a world satellite map and resource inventory of the aspects of sustainable culture.

  • 2002 "The Middle East" an overview of history, issues and current conditions.

  • 2004 "The Middle East"an expanded and updated second edition was published in March, 2004.

"What's Happening", published in 1990


"Native Lands, Then and Now", published in 1991



"The Leaf", published 1993

"Grasses", published 1993



"A Guide to the Giza Plateau", 1997

"Creative Culture and the Community Ark", published in 1999



"The Middle East"; a double sided educational wall map, 2nd ed. published march 2004
Publishing Standards
The Knowers Ark publishing adheres to rigorous standards and strives for an impartial and comprehensive presentation of the most relevant information necessary for both accurate and adequate education. All sources are carefully chosen and cited.
Charitable distribution of a large portion of each press run (usually 15%) is normal.

The Knowers Ark's electronic publishing efforts have produced accessible web sites which now include the entire contents of the recent paper publications, with additional links, sources and downloadable briefing sheets.

To fulfill our educational mandate and reach the largest possible readership, we publish both electronically and on paper the paper posters assist thousands of people not reached by the internet and provide a coherent multi-use overview on one piece of paper for which there is no equivalent in the electronic medium. The website is needed because many internet users are not going to purchase a printed piece. For most, free access is their only access.

Over 100,000 people used our website last year.

Other than one small grant in 1998, the maps and websites have been funded and produced entirely through the support of volunteers, unpaid staff, friends, and sales of the affordably priced paper products.


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