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Saving Wilderburb: The Fight against Oil Spills and Pipelines Paperback – March 29, 2018


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About the Author

Michael McCarthy is a journalist with a difference. Whenever possible, he writes about people “making a difference” in their journey through life. His articles have appeared in many newspapers and magazines in Canada and the USA. In the 1990s Michael was founder and editor of Spare Change, a “street newspaper” that gave a voice and employment to hundreds of homeless people in Vancouver and across Canada. His work was profiled hundreds of times in media around the world. He received the prestigious Ethics in Action Award from Canadian Businesses for Social Responsibility and VanCity for promoting solutions to homelessness. Michael’s in-depth investigative reporting about civic issues such as housing, transit, the economy and the environment have appeared in the Vancouver Courier, Shared Vision Magazine, the Vancouver Sun and Province, National Post and many Postmedia newspapers across Canada. For nearly a decade he wrote feature articles for the famed Pacific Sun in California. Recently 36 of his OpEd articles have been published in the Vancouver Sun. He is the author of a dozen books include fiction and non-fiction. Indigenous and poverty issues have always been a concern. In 2008 Michael was a founding member of the Lt. Governor’s Aboriginal Literacy Initiative, which he branded as the Write to Read Project where he is currently the Director of Publicity and website manager. With funding from Optik TV he produced a 30 minute documentary “Wai Wah!” about Write to Read, available on YouTube. His documentary film In the Footsteps of the Master: Following Peter Matthiessen on the Snow Leopard Trail about Michael’s trek to the very remote Upper Dolpo region of Nepal available as a DVD on his website. He is currently producing several other travel documentaries about his many adventures and humanitarian work in Third World countries, available on his website Transformative Travel. A former radio broadcaster and public speaker, Michael also gives talks, speeches and multimedia presentations to groups about “making the world a better place through travel.” When not writing, teaching or traveling, Michael lives with his wife and son in North Vancouver.

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  • Item Weight : 13 ounces
  • Paperback : 236 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1986566684
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1986566681
  • Product Dimensions : 5.5 x 0.54 x 8.5 inches
  • Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 29, 2018)
  • Language: : English

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