Raphael Lopoukhine

Raphael Lopoukhine is an environment-focused digital journalist and multi-media communicator, working in print, the web, design, video and photography. Raphael covered North Vancouver District and City council and wrote long-form environmental features for the North Shore News. He was a Canadian researcher and writer for a six-month magazine-style journalism project, examining conservation, energy development and climate change in the Yellowstone to Yukon corridor. Raphael, with an International Development Research Centre grant, spent seven months examining the oil industry in Venezuela, working as a freelance journalist and field producer for an ABC News documentary. Recently, he created The Canadian Environment as a one-stop shop for the latest Canadian environmental news. Raphael has been published in The Tyee, Vancouver Sun, Georgia Straight, Ottawa Citizen, Huffington Post, CBC Sunday and CBC Newsworld.

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