Trevor Greene is a journalist, best-selling author and Afghan War
veteran. He was serving with the Canadian Army in Kandahar in 2006
when he suffered a severe brain injury in an axe attack. He has written
six books, starting in 2001 with Bad Date; The Lost Girls of
Vancouver’s Low Track, the story of the missing prostitutes of the
Downtown Eastside. His bestselling memoir, March Forth, was
published in 2010 by HarperCollins. He is working on a second edition
of his most recent book, There is no Planet B; Promise and Peril on Our
Warming World, covers the good and bad aspects of the climate crisis.
Greene lives in British Columbia with his wife, son and daughter.