Bruno Wiskel graduated from U of A in 1983 with a B.Sc. (Honours Geology) and winning the prestigious Tony Redunzo Award for "Academic Achievement and Zest for Life". After receiving his professional accreditation with the Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA), Bruno spent the next 30 years of his career as consulting geologist focusing on environmental law. He purchased a half-section of land 150 km north of Edmonton in 1988 and has grown his farming business from $30,000 a year to $30,000 a month by diversifying from traditional commodities and inventing and implementing cutting edge agricultural and marketing techniques.
As well as a syndicated newspaper columnist, Bruno is a Canadian best-selling author with five published books, Pond Raising Rainbow Trout in 1991, Woodlot Management in 1995, Designing and Landscaping the Family Home in 2002 and The Emperor's New Climate - Debunking the Myths of Global Warming in 2006 and his latest, The Sky Is Not Falling – Putting Climate Change on Trial. Bruno has also written dozens of newspaper, magazine and technical papers on various agricultural and environmental subjects over the last 26 years.
Bruno has won certificates of achievement from Environment Canada in 1998 and 2003 He was also a finalist in 1996 and 2001 for the Alberta Emerald Awards of Environmental Excellence. His 1996 film documentary, The Boreal Forest won him an Emerald Award in 1996. A Forest of Values was based on Bruno’s life and shot on Bruno’s farm. Bruno also appeared in the 2009 documentary Trading on Thin Air where he challenged every aspect of the climate change.
Bruno is also an acclaimed speaker, giving numerous informative and entertaining presentations on environmental, agricultural and climate change topics every year throughout Canada. Bruno is a Member of the Canadian Association Professional Speakers (CAPS).
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