Tom Malcolm is an intern completing his MBA from the SFU Beedie School of Business. Passionate about business, sustainability, and the implications of moving toward to a carbon-free economy, Tom is excited to come aboard Carbon Talks as the Business Development Analyst intern to help facilitate meaningful discussions among all concerned stakeholders.
Prior to attending SFU’s MBA program, he earned his BSc in Economics from the University of Washington in Seattle, WA. He then worked as a field engineer and estimator on light rail transit systems in both Seattle and Boston. More recently, Tom worked as the Development Officer for the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research in Toronto, ON, helping to raise awareness for the cause while building the corporate and foundation donor base for the national charity.
Blog Posts by Tom Malcolm
Fluid Situation: Liquid Natural Gas in British Columbia
By Tom Malcolm - November 30, 2012
To the delight of some and the chagrin of others, BC is moving forward with plans to boost production and distribution of its massive natural gas resources... read more
Wind power in BC: a niche market no longer
By Tom Malcolm - October 15, 2012
Whether it’s the massive quantity of hydroelectric power on the surface, or the more recent discovery of huge deposits of natural gas deep within the ground, BC does not lack for energy... read more