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The plastic road to
Everest Base Camp

A walk through time:

exploring the Dolomites with

Exodus Adventure Travels

Can photojournalism help
the environment? 

Cameras in hand, journalists and photographers are
taking action to help the environment. Here’s how.

Once an enormous coral reef, these magnificent
mountains are now one of Italy’s main outdoor attractions

Garbage litters the trail of the world’s most popular

trek, but measures are being taken to clean up the

Khumbu region — one kilogram at a time


Photo: Neil Ever Osborne

Photo: Madigan Cotterill

Photo: Madigan Cotterill


- Canadian Geographic, Citizen to scientist: Six apps that can help you make a difference

- Toronto Life, "When Covid hit and the world went into lockdown, I was secretly relieved." 

- Canadian Geographic, What does sustainable architecture look like in the Arctic? 

- The Review of Journalism, Can Photojournalism Help Save the Environment? 

- The Review of Journalism, Instagram Versus Reality

- Canadian Geographic, Toronto city council votes to save historic red oak

- Canadian Geographic, COVID-19 vaccine might require compounds from shark liver

- Canadian Geographic, Investing in Canada’s biodiversity: Federal government funds $2M for wildlife conservation in Kootenay region of British Columbia

- Canadian Geographic, Study finds reef sharks ‘functionally extinct’ from 20 per cent of the world’s reefs

- Canadian Geographic, Could cancer have killed the dinosaurs?

- Canadian Geographic, Flooding increases B.C. numbers of mosquitos

- Canadian Geographic, More people, more animal encounters mean more human-wildlife conflicts

- Canadian Geographic, Can PEI reach their 7 per cent protected land goal by the end of the year?

- Canadian Geographic Travel, Cooking with crickets: A sustainable food option packed with protein

- Canadian Geographic, Bioplastics: Don’t let the label fool you

- Canadian Geographic, Rebound of the black swifts: Johnston Canyon reports an increase in endangered bird species

- Canadian Geographic, Salmon in the city

- Canadian Geographic, Turtle dumping: Red-eared sliders are invading native turtle habitats in Ontario

- Canadian Geographic, Pushing limits across Lake Ontario: Mario Rigby on his next adventure

- Canadian Geographic, “If this tree could talk:” The fight to save Zhelevo, Toronto’s most iconic red oak

- The Ryersonian, Coping with an eating disorder while in isolation

- The Ontarion, BacTEAria: Would you like some bacteria with your tea?

- The Ontarion, Magnesium supplements

- The Ontarion, Juried Art Show celebrates student artists

- The Ontarion, An avocado a day makes the healthy fat stay

- The Ontarion, Move aside coffee, matcha is the new go-to caffeinated beverage

- The Ontarion, Is coconut oil a superfood?

- The Ontarion, Chia seeds: the runners’ food


- Film contributions to the film, RESTAURATION | RESTORATION  

- Photograph for the exhibit, Reframe, published by Photographers Without Borders 

- Video  for Canadian Geographic, “If this tree could talk:” The fight to save a 300-year old red oak in Toronto

- Cover Photo for Canadian Association of Black Lawyers, Race and Criminal Injustice

- Photograph for We Said Go Travel, Not Meant for Cages

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