Unravelling the Narrative


Originally from Montreal, I'm a motivated Canadian deeply committed towards implementing and communicating sustainability. Although things look dire, there's still time to act! To that effect, I'm more than happy to collaborate in order to help advance the sustainability transformation. Now living in Tokyo, I'm ready and willing to reach across countries and time zones to help realize positive change.

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  1. April 15, 2018

    […] Things can, and do change. It may be hard fought in the majority of cases, but ultimately it is up to the people that form society to provoke this transformation. Hopes and frustrations motivate individuals to champion a cause, inspire and mobilize communities, and form organizations that support their beliefs.  As people come together to march in protest and call for change, pressure and awareness grow (as well as the risk of potential retribution), until those in government respond to the demand, or lose their place to those that will. […]

  2. May 1, 2018

    […] but it is time to wake up our hubris and better understand nature’s role in our lives. See Unravelling the Narrative for […]

  3. May 25, 2018

    […] Finally, the wrap-up comes in the form of facing the increasing danger posed by the rapidly accelerating changes to our planet’s climate (Act 5). We see evidence of the crisis, but we also see the inertial forces of “business as usual.” The story is the same. Mankind’s hubris allows for the conviction that we can control nature (to the benefit of the few) and use it as a supplier of resources as well as a rubbish bin. The practice is clearly unsustainable, and the film reminds us that it is time to take action (see Unraveling the Narrative). […]

  4. October 5, 2018

    […] clearly demanding a lot from our environment during a critical period of global climate change (see This Changes Everything). This summer has seen a record number of heatwaves across the planet, with energy needs […]

  5. October 26, 2018

    […] we keep hearing, the time is now (see This Changes Everything). We know that we can’t keep burning fossil fuels and we have to take greater action in […]

  6. November 12, 2018

    […] coral decimation, versus potentially averting some of the worst climate-related disasters (see also This Changes Everything). According to the report, there is still time to avoid such a bleak future, but governments need […]

  7. April 8, 2019

    […] Click here for more details & the film trailer. […]

  8. June 24, 2020

    […] There’s also a documentary film version, click here for more details. […]

  9. August 24, 2020

    […] it can happen again. It’s certainly worth the struggle and we really no longer have a choice. Society needs to adapt, and operate in such a way as to live within the limitations of our […]

  10. September 26, 2020

    […] of increased mass floods, super-storms, draughts, and ocean coral decimation, versus potentially averting some of the worst climate-related disasters. According to the IPPC report, there is still time to avoid such a bleak future, but governments […]

  11. October 13, 2020

    […] formula of infinite growth on a finite planet is clearly unsustainable. So what happens when we question the narrative. What might an ideal society look like instead? Heavy questions, but they are clearly worth […]

  12. June 16, 2021

    […] This Changes Everything […]

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