Eva Salinas is a senior communications lead at the Pembina Institute, Canada’s leading clean energy think-tank.

She is a sessional instructor at Mohawk College, where she teaches diversity in journalism; the author of Latin Americans Though of It, a non-fiction book for children; and a board member of Cycle Hamilton.

Prior to joining the Pembina Institute in 2020, she was the managing editor of Canadian foreign affairs site OpenCanada.org, editor of The Santiago Times in Chile, a communications officer with Athletes for Africa and a reporter with the Globe and Mail Vancouver bureau. Her work has appeared in Canadian and international media outlets such as The Times (UK), the BBC, National Post and the CBC, among others.

Eva holds an MA with McMaster University’s Institute on Globalization and a Bachelor of Journalism from Ryerson University. Originally from the shores of Lake Superior, she now lives in Hamilton, where you can find her out on the Bruce Trail or on a search for the city’s best empanada.


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Eva Salinas's Recent Publications

David Runnalls, chair of the Pembina Institute board and Officer of the Order of Canada

The next five years are crucial: Pembina Institute board chair David Runnalls Following his appointment to the Order of Canada, David Runnalls reflects on the urgency of the clean energy transition

Blog
Dec. 11, 2020 - By Eva Salinas

Long-time environmentalist, non-profit practitioner, commentator, and chair of the Pembina Institute board David Runnalls was recentlyappointed Officer of the Order of Canada. He discusses Canada’s most urgent priorities, what the Order of Canada appointment means to him, and what value organizations like the Pembina Institute bring to the table.

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