Manitoba Modern Economics, Technology and The Environment is a virtual moderate/centrist think tank devoted to market based, yet socially just solutions. The main areas are:
– Economics (specifically poverty reduction).
– Environment (alternative energy, like hydro, wind, solar, as well as discussion on green taxation, wildlife and sustainable transportation).
– Technology (areas of focus include, Internet content regulation, growing new media entertainment industries, which include video games)
Adam recently completed his three-year Bachelor of Arts degree, a joint major in Economics and Rhetoric, Writing, & Communications at the University of Winnipeg. A graduate of the Computer Accounting Technician program from Red River College in September 1999, Adam has worked for H&R Block for seven tax seasons. He has also received his level 1-4 Income Tax School Training from H&R Block. Adam also contributes to the Uniter, and The Herald on green technology issues.
Currently working as a junior financial journalist for Commodity News Services Canada, and a tax instructor for H&R Block, Adam has plenty of financial experience as well as customer service experience from working in various accounting jobs service jobs, ranging from working as an accounting technician to an in-bound customer service representative.
Adam’s field of knowledge include new media, environmental issues on green technology and taxation, as well as poverty related topics that involve small business creation as a tool to fight poverty.
Adam has also been a panelist on the Ultra Mega Sports Show on CKUW, Mondays at noon, and contributes to his own blog, talking about the issues of the day.
Adam decided to do a market-based centrist think tank devoted to poverty, technology and environmental issues for his Reading and Writing On-line class project at the University of Winnipeg after reading the 2009 Winnipeg Free Press article called Pale Green, where the article was very critical to the Manitoban governments lack of vision for a high-tech green economy.
Read here for his autobiography.