David cannot recall exactly when he became ozone friendly. What he
does recall contemplating things like energy efficiency long before
he learned anything about Watts and Amps.
School protests in 1976 lit a spark and the next year saw him
studying how to be a muckraking journalist. There the author started
spending weekends rock climbing, with people who seemed to know
an awful lot about stuff like plants and rocks and ecosystems. This so
impressed him that he went on to study earth sciences.
More than four decades and some 20 books later, he has been
fortunate to realise a long-time dream – becoming a paperback
writer. Big Pharma, Dirty Lies, Busy Bees and Eco Activists is his fourth
“non-fiction narrative” published by Jacana Media and, he says, he’s
not done yet.