Elizabeth Nickson is Senior Fellow at the Frontier Centre for Public Policy. She is an accomplished communicator, journalist, author and novelist. She was European Bureau Chief of Life Magazine in the late 80's and early 90's. Prior to her appointment at Life, she was a reporter at the London bureau of Time Magazine for two years. Nickson has written for The (London) Sunday Times Magazine, The Guardian, The Observer, The Independent, Tatler, The Sunday Telegraph, Vogue, Femme, Vogue Hommes, The Spectator (UK), Saturday Night, Chatelaine, The Globe and Mail, The National Post, and Harper's Magazine.
Nickson’s book Eco-Fascists, How Radical Conservationists Are Destroying Our Natural Heritage (Harper Collins, 2012), chronicles her experience with subdividing her 30-acre forest on Salt Spring Island in half and examines the excesses of the conservation movement. The subdivision is now taught in local colleges and universities as a case study in “good green development”. She is also author of the novel The Monkey Puzzle Tree (1994). She has interviewed Nelson Mandela, Margaret Thatcher, the Dalai Lama, and dozens of other leaders, politicians and royalty.
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