Special Focus: Climate Change
Analysis and News on the 'Business' of Climate Change
In 2011 I began writing about the business side of climate change — it existed, thanks in large part to legislative actions by the State of California on carbon dioxide levels and emission standards.
As a contributing editor to the Climate Change Business Journal, I wrote extensively researched news and analysis on a wide range of carbon mitigation and, later, adaptation activities undertaken by global industries, from the mining and energy sectors to automotive and infrastructure engineering companies.
Founder, a Northern California Magazine on Climate & the Environment
Climate change and its impact on our planet has been a focus since 2007, when I launched a magazine specific to issues of climate and the environment. Published in Marin County, CA, TerraMarin covered climate-related actions by individuals and local government agencies, as well as policies that were already well-established in this progressive Northern California community.
In style, TerraMarin combined news and lifestyle features and was designed to both entertain and educate a general readership on the importance of understanding the implications of a changing climate — and it provided information on how individuals could participate in the solution.
Previous to the magazine, I had launched an electronic news wire that covered business and technology news specific to the “alternative energy” sector: solar and wind, primarily. The news wire, EnergyResource, was published on Factiva, the Dow Jones news portal.