Here you’ll find 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.
There’s also a little bit more about me inside that explains how this all fits together.

 

 
 
 
Riverdancers

Riverdancers

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

Tiny fish to big picture

Tiny fish to big picture

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

Everybody counts

Everybody counts

In this new era of citizen science, the public is playing a crucial role in tracking species and helping to conserve our natural heritage – Canadian Wildlife

A crystal ball for the boreal

A crystal ball for the boreal

How the SPRUCE project is helping assess — and plan — what the future holds for the world’s boreal forests – Canadian Geographic

Nature’s way forward

Nature’s way forward

NCC’s Darkwoods property in B.C. provides a blueprint for how nature-based solutions can help reduce carbon emissions and mitigate the impacts of climate change – Nature Conservancy of Canada Magazine

Sea change

Sea change

Cruise lines are competing for passengers with themed voyages and excursions that cater to every interest – Pivot

High performance in the boardroom

High performance in the boardroom

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