Paul Shore is a technology industry veteran and an award-winning author, who has worked around the globe.
Paul's drive to embrace new challenges has seen him involved in a wide variety of pursuits over his 25+ year career. After the software startup he was with in France was acquired by computer chip maker Broadcom in 1999, Paul returned to Vancouver and led the company's voice-over-internet (VoIP) group for several years of market dominating successes. Combining a talent for business with a passion for sport and community, Shore pursued a role in the world of sports and spent an inspiring, and at times physically risky, few years working for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Paul's founding of PostScript Strategies ("strategies that come after the writing") follows on from his recent pursuit of professional writing. This new "PS" endeavour marries Paul's technology business development expertise with passions for clean energy solutions, social sustainability, and education.
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PostScript's first project has been to develop a series of Clean Energy Teaching Modules in cooperation with a BC elementary school. The premise behind the project is that if we teach kids "energy literacy" today, they will become adopters, and parent-influencers, of clean technology solutions far sooner than we might expect.
We have already discovered that Electric Vehicles are presenting a unique opportunity to serve as a gateway for children to learn about clean energy and renewables! This is because cars are part of most kids' daily lives and many of them already view EVs as being cool and fun. There are features of EVs that naturally resonate with kids as being friendly --- they are quiet, they don't produce smelly exhaust, they don't get hot. Have you ever seen a child hug a car, like it was a family pet? ... our daughter did, after just one test drive!
A few samples from the teaching modules...