Where am I published?
My publications span three organizations: PV Buzz Media, Solar-X, and HPQ Silicon. I provide unique perspectives on contemporary Canadian politics, focusing on environment and energy public policy. I also offer ghostwriting and copywriting services, when requested.
Read My Publications Below
During the 50th annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, in Davos, Switzerland, overpopulation became a topic of interest — primarily because of world-renowned primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall, who asserted that “most environmental problems wouldn’t exist” if the world’s population was at the level it was at 500 years ago. I have great respect forContinue reading “Environmentalists Need to Stop Talking About Overpopulation”
Saturday afternoon, on November 7th, 2020, Biden was declared President-Elect by major media outlets across the United States, putting an end to an election characterized by unprecedented levels of voter and industry anxiety. The candidacies and visions of Joseph Biden and Donald Trump could not be more juxtaposed, demonstrating the severe degree of polarization inContinue reading “What a Biden Presidency means for American Cleantech”
As Canada’s 2019 Federal election looms closer, carbon pricing has shown itself to be a highly contested and divisive issue. Since the Federal Liberals announced their carbon pricing plan, it’s dominated the conversation surrounding climate change. The NDP and Greens back the Federal Liberal’s proposal, whereas the Conservatives do not, meaning the issue has fallenContinue reading “Is Canada’s Carbon Tax Enough to Fight Climate Change?”
In just a few short months, the coronavirus pandemic has profoundly destabilized the world’s economies and brought on a devastating recession sure to have lasting impacts. Governments around the world have scrambled to unload a tsunami of government expenditure and social programs to avoid economic collapse. Where countries choose to direct this expenditure will haveContinue reading “Making the Case for a Canada-Wide Solar Incentive”
In less than 100 days, Canadian voters will head to the polls to determine the country’s next 4-year mandate. Likely, this means choosing between Justin Trudeau and the Liberals, or Andrew Scheer and the Conservatives. For many businesses, the familiar feeling of election uncertainty looms in the air. Industries which are supported primarily along partisanContinue reading “Canada’s 2019 Election is a Win for Green Energy”
After nearly 10 years of the Harper government’s “all-in-approach” on fossil fuel development, the election of Justin Trudeau’s Liberals was seen as an exciting opportunity and step forward for the green economy in Canada. Expectations ran high as Trudeau emphasized balancing the economy and environment, with signature promises being made such as the phasing outContinue reading “Underwhelming Renewable Energy Investments by Trudeau’s Liberals”
The start of the new decade has already been marred by global crises, including wildfire devastation throughout Australia. The encaptivating inferno invokes a deep sense of loss and acts as a stark reminder that action to avoid the worst impacts of climate change is coming much too slowly. The decade of the 20s is likelyContinue reading “Analyzing Nuclear Energy”
Since 2015, Alberta’s been the hottest place in Canada to invest in renewable energy. This is evident when looking at the growth projections, which show that since 2015, the green energy industry has exploded with 500% growth. The rapid growth of the industry can largely be credited to Rachel Notley’s NDP, who was swept intoContinue reading “Is Alberta’s Solar Market Safe from Jason Kenney?”