Wednesday on the Web – 26 July Edition

This week was fairly quiet on the BC wildfire front, with the exception of some really good news for evacuees. Residents of 100 Mile, 103 Mile, 105 Mile, 108 Mile, Lac La Hache were allowed to return home, and the Princeton fire was 100% contained, which meant those residents could also return home—and Highway 5A…

Guest blog posts for CSP and CSWA

This past week I blogged about the Mount Polley mine disaster, an event that I think we won’t hear the end of anytime soon as clean up (hopefully) gets underway. At the same time that I posted that blog, I also had a couple of guest posts go up. The first was at the Canadian…

Science writer or nature writer?

I have a guest post up today on the Canadian Science Writers’ Association blog – thanks to Colin Schultz for editorial suggestions that helped clarify my thinking. “I came to science writing (and joined CSWA) because it seemed a natural fit for my combined love of writing and my training as an environmental scientist. Lately,…