Amy Huva

Amy Huva is an environmental chemist and writer from Melbourne, Australia who worked for the Australian Federal Government on agricultural water reform and the Montreal Protocol. She is currently working in the environmental sector in Vancouver, Canada.

 

Coffee, bacon, wine and maple syrup: when climate change gets personal

Climate change is coming after all of your favorite things, including wine and bacon.

Unusual Suspects: Have you met Drosophila?

Fruit flies are annoying and difficult to swat, but spiders, frogs, and some ants and beetles, find them delectable.

Lost Islands of Enbridge: a tanker's tale

Oil giant Enbridge tried to tell Canadians last week that there were no worries getting their bitumen supertankers from Kitimat on the coast of BC out into the open ocean. That’s because...