Science is under attack!  I remember when I first fell in love with science and math. My father was a public relations officer at the Chalk River Nuclear Laboratories, a place where I later ...

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​As an engineer, I am careful with numbers. Precision is important in my work. It can make the difference between life and death. So, I have a natural inclination towards precision, reinforced through forty ...

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Today the alarming turmoil of 2020 and confirmation bias. We have all shared the turmoil and crisis of 2020. This year exposed a lot of old wounds. As we move to the new normal, ...

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This week, I ponder why climate action is practical, core business, even in 2020.Joan and I are on a mission to help organizations manage climate risk and ensure business continuity. These are fancy words ...

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Today climate, COVID, and chaos, the hard lessons I’ve learned in 2020.2020 started like any other year. I was glad to see the back of 2019, with its perpetual vicious dialogue on climate change. ...

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Today, a short a rant about anti-masking, ignorance and bad manners. Recently, wearing masks filled the news, as it became compulsory in many places. I am bewildered at how some folks have reacted. There ...

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