Contributors

Volunteers

Doing a weekly radio show is a lot of work, and we couldn’t possibly do it alone. We would like to acknowledge their contributions here. For the bio’s of the shows director Daryn Caister click here, and for co-host and producer Stefan Hostetter click here.

Kevin Farmer

Kevin Farmer
Kevin Farmer

AKA Dr. Sustainable (formerly Dr. Doom) – Kevin Farmer has been a volunteer longer than anyone on this show other than the original founder, Jordan Poppenk. In fact he’s been with the Green Majority radio show with CIUT 89.5FM since the very second episode way back in 2006!

Kevin has had a variety of roles over the years, including most recently being our on-air technician. He is best known, and loved for his end-of-show punditry as Dr. Doom Dr. Sustainable.

We love you Kevin, never stop being you.

Krystyna Henke

Krystyna Henke
Krystyna Henke

Krystyna Henke is an alumna of Ryerson University’s graduate journalism program, while also holding a Master of Arts degree in Ethnomusicology and Musicology from York University. As a journalist, she has contributed to the National Post, as well as to TVO and CBC. 2013 TVO interview with an advocate for car-free cities

Further writing credits include the audio CD Nobel Voices for Disarmament, 1901-2001, published by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings and the United Nations.
Read the liner notes and listen to this spoken word recording here.

In addition, her professional work encompasses nature photography. See her photographs on the McMichael Canadian Art Collection’s Footprints: Legacy of the Group of Seven website here: http://www.groupofseven.ca/Home.aspx

Correspondents

Tim Nash

Tim Nash
Tim Nash

The Sustainable Economist – Hi! I’m an economics professor at Sheridan College in Toronto, Canada. The rest of the time, I’m a fee-only financial planner that helps ordinary people invest their own money online in a sustainable manner.

As an expert on socially responsible investing, impact investing, and the green economy, I’ve been featured in The Globe & Mail, Advisor’s Edge Report, and Reuters, and appeared on CBC’s The Lang & O’Leary Exchange (video above). I earned my BA in Economics from Dalhousie University (Halifax, Canada) and my Master’s in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability from the Blekinge Institute of Technology (Karlskrona, Sweden). I’m also the lead researcher for Ethical Market’s Green Transition Scoreboard® research report, which details more than $5.2 trillion of private investments in the global green economy since 2007.

Check out Tim’s Website here: http://www.sustainableeconomist.com/

Angela Bischoff

Angela Bischoff
Angela Bischoff

Clean Air Champion – Angela Bischoff has worked exclusively on the green beat with the NGO community since 1987 on the front line rallying the troops. From bikes to nukes to mental health to elections, her range of experience is broad. Angela is currently full-time organizer with the Ontario Clean Air Alliance, the group behind Ontario’s successful coal phase out.

Her goal is to build public opposition to the province’s plans to rebuild our aging nuclear arsenal. Many of you will be familiar with her work through her e-newsletters No Nukes News and Greenspiration as well as her bulletins from OCAA, essential reading for those interested in Ontario and global energy issues – and if you’re not already receiving them, you should be! angela@cleanairalliance.org

Check out her work with the OCAA here: http://www.cleanairalliance.org/

Katie Gibbs

Katie Gibbs
Katie Gibbs

Executive Director of Evidence for Democracy – Katie Gibbs is a scientist, community organizer and advocate for science and evidence-based policies. While completing her PhD at the University of Ottawa researching threats to endangered species, she was the lead organizer of the ‘Death of Evidence’ rally which was one of the largest science rallies in Canadian history. Katie is a co-founder and Executive Director of Evidence for Democracy, a national, non-partisan, not-for-profit organization that promotes science integrity and the transparent use of evidence in government decision-making. She has a diverse background organizing and managing various causes and campaigns including playing an integral role in Elizabeth May’s winning election campaign in 2011. Katie is frequently asked to comment on science policy issues and has been quoted and published in numerous media outlets, including the CBC, The Hill Times, the Globe and Mail and the National Post.

Check out the Evidence for Democracy homepage here: https://evidencefordemocracy.ca/

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