"The fortunes of farmers make a fascinating documentary subject because, as the film points out, farmers are on the front line of most current global environmental and political battles."
Think Global, Act Local - film review - Artshub, March 21, 2012
“One line of inquiry is that environmental pollutants may be killing this protective bacteria in frogs’ skins, weakening their natural immunity to disease.”
It's not easy being green - Conservation Bulletin, 2009
"With implications for public and environmental health as well as far-reaching social and economic consequences, the issue of food security looms as the next political battleground."
Thought for Food: Documenting agricultural decline around the world - Screen Education Issue 66 (Winter 2012)
"It may be the answer for those of us who are just as concerned about where the food on our plates has come from as where it’s going to end up – and the health benefits are clear."
Healthy planet, healthy you - Women's Health and Fitness, May 2010
"A product claiming to be ‘95 per cent fat free’ can in fact contain a disproportionate amount of fat. By concentrating on the portion of the product that isn’t fat, the manufacturer has diverted attention from the fact that there is still five per cent fat in the product."
Food labelling: a case of natural selection? - Women's Health and Fitness, August 2010
"The endeavours of individual practices around the country demonstrate the commitment many dentists have to sustainability and professional responsibility, but it is clear that much more can be achieved when the relevant authorities, industry organisations and experts collaborate on best practice."
Green days - Bite magazine, January 9, 2013