Established in 2001 in Kingston, Ontario, Peter Christie Science Communication has been offering science writing and other communications services for more than a decade.
Peter Christie MJ, MSc
Consultant and Science Writer
Peter has been transforming complicated science into compelling stories for many years. An award-winning journalist and author with master’s degrees in both journalism and biology, Peter writes frequently about conservation, climate change, and other pressing issues in environmental science. His stories, features and commentary have appeared in national and international newspapers and magazines. He is also an award-winning author of popular science books about climate change, wildlife and animal behaviour.
Peter is the former Communications Director with the BIOCAP Canada Foundation, a university-based climate change research group. He has a Master of Science degree from Queen’s University in Kingston and a Master of Journalism degree from Carleton University in Ottawa. Peter is also a national Science in Society Journalism Award winner and a fellow with the U.S.-based Institutes for Journalism and Natural Resources.
“Solid scientific information with a light and lively touch … a good example of substantial science writing with popular appeal.”
Quill & Quire magazine book review of Peter Christie's Naturally Wild Musicians