Here (below) is much of my published writing from the past few years — articles mainly, along with a few reports.
The latest piece in each category is featured up front.
Section titles link to pages with all pieces in that category.
All the content is combined under the Articles tab. About has more on me and how this all fits together.
The playful behaviour of river otters has long enchanted animal lovers. But researchers continue to wonder about what drives these creatures’ curious antics – ON Nature
Marine biologist Amanda Vincent is a renowned seahorse specialist. Her work on these minute creatures has led her to become one of the world’s leading conservationists — and a global force for change – Canadian Wildlife
The Nature Conservancy of Canada’s Landmark Campaign has led to a 115,000-square-kilometre expansion of protected lands and waters, made possible by donations from 110,000 Canadians from all regions and walks of life – NCC Magazine
How natural solutions could mitigate 78 megatonnes of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 – Canadian Geographic
What’s it like to charge an EV on a 1,725-km road trip from Vancouver to Regina? Tim Bray has some notes to share
He helped write the language of the internet, and today he’s a student of the EV charging experience. In this exclusive interview with Electric Autonomy Canada, Bray explains why “range per hour of charging” is an important metric and why public EV chargers might be too cheap – Electric Autonomy Canada
Matthew Smith, senior program specialist at the International Development Research Centre, talks about the opportunities and challenges of AI in transforming societies – Charting Change magazine
Since 2019, I’ve worked as a freelance copywriter for Works Design, producing ESG, Social Impact and/or Annual reports for major clients in Canada and the United States. Click through to view an index of my portfolio with links to the reports
This 25,000-word report, published by Tony Gaffney/The Lambay Group, addresses the question: how are leading boards embracing change to achieve high performance? It is based on interviews with more than 30 leading Canadian board chairs and select executives