Mark Terry featured in cover story of Eden Magazine
Dahdaleh Institute member Mark Terry has recently been feature in the cover story of the January issue of the renowned Eden Magazine. The story written by Dina Marrone, discusses Mark's journey and accomplishments as an explorer, filmmaker, scholar, journalist, and author. Structured in an interview format, Mark shares his personal experiences growing up in Toronto and attaining a passion for exploration. He further outlines his interests in Climate Change and environmental issues in addition to the impact his students have had on him over the years. Additionally, the article examine's Mark's accomplishments in filmmaking and highlights the various initiatives he has been involved in.
Check out the full article here.
|Climate Change, Film|
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