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Ms. Nicola Ross

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Editor-In-Chief

Phone: (519) ***-****  
Local Address:  Caledon , Ontario , Canada
Alternatives Journal
200 University Ave W
Waterloo , Ontario N2L 3G1
Canada

Company Description: With 37 years of award-winning environmental journalism, Alternatives Journal delivers thoughtful analysis and intelligent, peer-reviewed debate on environmental...   more
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Education

  • Belfountain Public School
  • biology
    University of Guelph
  • BSc
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Interviews with Bob Paehlke, Andrew ...
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Interviews with Bob Paehlke, Andrew Nikiforuk, Ken Ogilvie and Nicola Ross.
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Alternatives' Editor-in-Chief Nicola Ross talks literature and the environment with Margaret Atwood. (45:59) New Eco Books 36.3 Special: Janine Benyus in conversation with Nicola Ross
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We discuss our 3rd annual celebration of green books with contributors Nicola Ross and Stephen Bocking.
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Executive Editor Nicola Ross in conversation with the father of Resilience in Ecological thinking, Buzz Holling.
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Conversation with Nicola Ross, Executive Editor of Alternatives Journal on the Biofuels issue (18m05s)
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Nicola Ross Nicola Ross was the executive editor of Alternatives Journal from 2006-2011. The author of three books, Caledon (1999), Healing the Landscape (2001) and Dufferin County (2003), Ross has been published in The Walrus, The Globe and Mail, Calgary Herald, Hamilton Spectator, Harrowsmith Country Life, Point Carbon and others. She writes a regular column on local food for In the Hills magazine and is the recipient of a National Magazine Award for an article on ecological footprint. She was the environmentalist of the year in her hometown in 2006, is a retired triathlete, and spends her holidays aboard her much loved bicycle.
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Nicola Ross Nicola Ross was the executive editor of Alternatives Journal from 2006-2011. The author of three books, Caledon (1999), Healing the Landscape (2001) and Dufferin County (2003), Ross has been published in The Walrus, The Globe and Mail, Calgary Herald, Hamilton Spectator, Harrowsmith Country Life, Point Carbon and others. She writes a regular column on local food for In the Hills magazine and is the recipient of a National Magazine Award for an article on ecological footprint. She was the environmentalist of the year in her hometown in 2006, is a retired triathlete, and spends her holidays aboard her much loved bicycle.
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Distinguished Fellow Linda Coady recently plumbed the future of forestry with Alternatives Journal editor-in-chief Nicola Ross.
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Distinguished Fellow Linda Coady recently plumbed the future of forestry with Alternatives Journal editor-in-chief Nicola Ross.
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