We come from all walks of life, but we all share a commitment to sustainable living. And when we read or hear about interesting news related to the environment, we try our best to spread the word. If this sounds like you, and you would like to be a contributor, drop us a line.
We are always looking for people who are passionate about the themes and subjects we cover every day at thegreenpages.ca
Rex Turgano, Technical and Information Architect – @thegreenpages
Rex founded thegreenpages.ca as part of school project way back in 1997. Since then, his endless enthusiasm and interests in information technologies and the natural environment has led him to work/live in various places across Canada (with a half-year stint in Perth, Australia). Continuous learning and wandering around are one of his favourite things-to-do.
Fraser Los, Editor – @flosgreenpages
A Toronto-based writer and editor, Fraser has been working on and writing about environmental issues for more than a decade. He’s been nominated for three National Magazine Awards in Canada, including one for his 2008 Maisonneuve article, The Green Gospel, about environmentalism within the Church. Fraser has written extensively for Canadian Geographic, including A Better Way (innovations in sustainable transportation) and 50 Million Trees (Ontario’s ambitious tree planting program).
Cindy Green, Contributor – @thegreenpagesBC
Cindy has worked as a marketing manager in the Internet, communications, and software industries for over 12 years. Through her travels in Asia and having lived and worked in Hong Kong, Singapore, and San Francisco, she’s developed a heightened awareness of the need for environmental and social responsibility. Cindy’s appreciation of nature and intrinsic value of living sustainably, inquisitiveness for “how things work”, and interests in information technology, green products, and environmental technology have brought her to contribute to thegreenpages.ca.
Jen McLaughlin, Contributor – @thegreenpagesON
Jen is an Environment, Health and Safety professional that has worked in the chemical, construction and high tech industries. Her love for the environment drives her to impact change within the companies she works for as well as in her personal life. Jen is an environmental blogger who believes that even the smallest effort can make a difference and that through continuing education we can help people to make smart environmental decisions. You can read Jen’s personal blog at Jen and Joey Go Green.