Chief Technology Officer

Ray Brunsting Chief Technology Officer, has worked with the Tula Foundation since 2007, many of the early years as a volunteer. Ray has an MSc in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo, where he studied mobile networks and applications. Ray loves working closely with his technical counterparts in Guatemala:… Continue reading

TulaSalud Update: Spring 2013

Update for spring 2013. In 2011 the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced a five-year, $32 million project to improve the nutrition and health status of women and children in the highlands Guatemala–essentially the same geographical area covered by TulaSalud. Over the last year or so we have… Continue reading

UVic ELC Speaks Out on the Muzzling of Government Scientists

Many of you readers know that the Hakai Beach Institute and the Tula Foundation have had a long relationship with the Environmental Law Centre at the University of Victoria. Chris Tollefson is the Hakai Chair in Environmental Law and Sustainability; Deborah Curran is the Hakai Professor in Environmental Law and Sustainability; and we’ve worked with… Continue reading