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Zoe Cormier

Zoe Cormier is a freelance journalist and science writer from Toronto, Canada and now based in London. She has been shortlisted for the Canadian National Magazine Awards twice. With a background in biology, she now specializes in covering environmental issues and is the resident ‘alternative science’ blogger for the NI. Her work has featured in Nature News, The Guardian, The Globe and Mail, and The Ecologist.

Articles by Zoe Cormier

As climate-change catastrophe gets closer, the ‘solutions’ get sillier. Zoe Cormier doesn’t know whether to laugh or cry.
Predicting the effects of global warming is never easy, says Zoe Cormier. But the signs are not good. 
An eclectic club night for both the Deaf and the hearing is breaking barriers, reports Zoe Cormier.
Happy to export asbestos, the Quebec government will also be exporting death if it confirms its loan to the Jeffrey Mine this...
…and thousands are taking to the streets of Cancun to get their point across.
Canadian government support for white asbestos provides legitimacy to a deadly product.
Slowing growth could help us work less, live better and save the planet. So what’s not to like about that, wonders Zoe Cormier.
Activists shut down a Shell petrol station last weekend - Zoe Cormier reports from the party at the pumps.
*Zoe Cormier* meets two indigenous people for whom this fight couldn’t be more personal.
A new campaign offers the disillusioned electorate the chance to ‘donate’ their vote to people affected by British Government...
Blame Canada – but don’t blame Canadians!
Friday night in Copenhagen was surreal - especially if you were reading the New York Times, writes Zoe Cormier

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