Frank, Andrew. Presenters of An Inconvenient Truth as intermediaries of environmental communication. MA thesis. Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, 2011.
Frank, A. (2008). The Constituents of Reconciliation: A review of contemporary efforts to reconcile lay and specialist knowledge in environmental decision making and to redesign deliberative environments to improve citizen participation.
Frank, A. Savas, D. (2006). New Dimensions in Corporate Social Responsibility.
Ipsos Reid Canada.
Frank, A. (researcher) (2006). The Olympic Games, the Law of the Triple Bottom Line of Sustainability (Vancouver Olympic Organizing Committee). Conference of the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice (CIAJ).
Frank, A. (2004). Issues and questions raised in the pursuit of equitable, accessible and empirically testable VR systems (including VMC) and their associated quality of telepresence. McLuhan Program, University of Toronto, research internship.
Frank, A. (2013, September 9). UBC ‘incident’ not just a teachable moment: University’s non-apology for rape cheer sets poor example for students. The Vancouver Sun.
Frank, A. (2012, December 10). Progressive parties are overlooking a major piece of evidence. The Miramichi Leader, pp. A7.
Frank, A. (2012, December 3). Are Canadian progressives insane? Liberals, NDP and Greens are overlooking something: They can’t win without each other. Hamilton Spectator, pp. A15.
Frank, A. (2012, November 30). Progressives need united front to unseat Tories. The Province, pp. A18.
Frank, A. (2012, October 9). Guardians of the Great Bear Rainforest (writing & photography). Input Magazine, Real Estate Institute of BC. Vo. 40 Number 3.
Frank, A. (2012, February 19). You can’t eat oil. Troy Media, http://www.troymedia.com/blog/2012/02/19/you-cant-eat-oil/
Frank, A. (2012, February 3). Labeling critics of the oil sands ‘enemies’ is downright dangerous.Troy Media and Rabble.ca, http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/andrew-frank/2012/02/labeling-critics-oilsands-enemies-downright-dangerous
Frank, A. (2012, February 3). The #EnemyGate Scandal: Canadians deserve to know the truth about what was said between the Prime Minister’s Office and Tides Canada CEO, Ross McMillan. Rabble.ca, http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/andrew-frank/2012/02/enemygate-scandal
Frank, A. (2012, February 1). A middle way for Canada’s oil sands. Troy Media, http://www.troymedia.com/blog/2012/02/01/a-middle-way-for-canadas-oil-sands/
Frank, A. (2010, February 24). An Avatar-inspired future for British Columbia. (Ghost writer, Op-Ed). The Tyee. http://thetyee.ca/Opinion/2010/02/24/AvatarFuture/
Frank, A. (2009, December 2). Wake up, Canada, before it’s too late. (Ghost writer, Op-Ed) The Montreal Gazette & Vancouver Sun.
Frank, A. (2009, September 16). No special treatment for tar sands. (Ghost writer for Dr. James Hansen, Op-Ed) The Toronto Star. http://www.thestar.com/article/696244
Frank, A. (2009, March 18). Is this the risk we should take? (Ghost writer, Op-Ed)
The Interior News.
Frank, A. (2008, July 7). Time to ‘go negative’ to sell carbon tax (Special to the Sun).
The Vancouver Sun.
Frank, A. (2007, September 15). Cut down more trees to save the planet? Nope; Despite the spin from industry, Canada’s remaining intact forests protect us from the effects of climate change. (Ghost writer, op-ed for Tzeporah Berman). The Vancouver Sun, pp. C5.
Frank, A. (2007, May 11). Land-use agreement shows the way (Ghost writer, op-ed).
The Vancouver Sun, pp. A17.
Frank, A. (2006, October 7). Burns Bog helps us in many ways (Ghost writer, op-ed).
The Vancouver Sun, pp. A19.
Frank, A. (August 10). National park is a great opportunity: Just imagine it (Op-ed).
The Oliver Chronicle.
Frank, A. (2006, March 16). Make manufacturers and consumers pay for recycling (Sound Off). The Vancouver Sun, pp. A18.
Frank, A. (2005, October 31). Corporate Transparency. It’s time for Canadians to step up (Ghost writer, advertorial for Adine Mees). The Globe and Mail, pp. B14
Frank, A. (2005, May 30). History lesson (Ghost writer, letter to editor response Re: Corporate Social Responsibility for Adine Mees). The National Post, pp. FP15.
Frank, A. & Clark, J. (former Prime Minister & Secretary of State for External Affairs). Trading on the Maple Leaf (Ghost writer for Adine Mees in joint op-ed on national corporate social responsibility brand). DRAFT.
Frank, A. (2012, December 12). Opposition growing towards Northern Gateway pipeline. News 1130.
Frank, A. (2012, December 11). Enbridge pipeline poll story. CBC Radio News, Prince George.
Frank, A. (2012, December 3). Are Canadian progressives insane? AM 900 CHML, Hamilton’s News Talk Leader.
Vancouver Sun, Calgary Herald & Edmonton Journal – Make Sacred Headwaters gas drill ban permanent: eco-groups
Canadian Press – Two major U.S. retailers say they’ll shun fuel produced from oil sands
Embassy Magazine – Activism against corporations is becoming harder to ignore
HAZMAT Magazine – Tread lightly: How to communicate the business case for sustainability practices
Ethical Corporation – Corporate responsibility in Canada: A national brand?
The Province – B.C. last hope for dwindling caribou
Frank, A. (2006, May 18). Thank You For Smoking, National Post. DeSmogBlog.com. Retrieved from http://www.desmogblog.com/thank-you-for-smoking-national-post
Frank, A. (Summer, 2006). CSR Around the World. Canadian Business for Social Responsibility.
Frank, A. (Summer, 2005). Is CSR Anti-Business? Canadian Business for Social Responsibility. GoodCompany. Used as part of business curriculum at University of Guelph and Capilano College.
Frank, A. (2005). CSR Requires Strong Collaboration Between HR and Internal Communicators. Communication World Bulletin (International Association of Business Communicators). Ghost writer for Adine Mees.
“Sound of Silence,” a two-minute oil spill awareness TV commercial, launched on the 24th Anniversary of the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
“Pah!” a 22 minute HD Deaf Television Pilot (practicum). Reviewed by National Film Board of Canada. Won two Ryerson TARA awards for Best Direction and Best Video Practicum, as well as the Best Drama award from the Broadcast Educator’s Association of Canada (BEAC).
“Cutting Down Caribou,” a 3.5 min Google Earth video exposing controversial logging practices in BC’s endangered Mountain Caribou habitat. Produced for ForestEthics, the video went “viral” on YouTube, achieving almost 13,000 views and major television and newspaper coverage.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmBcOpX2imQ
“The Dorothy Amor Story,” a 35 minute historical documentary produced for the Oliver & District Heritage Society Museum and Archives.
“Synapse,” a 22 minute fictional documentary exploring the psychological effects of mass media and modern consumerism. Featured licensed music from Led Zeppelin and stock footage from the Ontario Archives. Nominated for a Ryerson TARA award (best video production).
“Overdose,” a fictional 2min video chronicling drug overdose. Won the Ryerson Netstar TARA award for Best Electronic Field Production.
“Endangered Species Greatest Hits,”a viral video take-off on the cheesy “Greatest Hits” compilation commercials from the 80′s and 90′s. Produced for the David Suzuki Foundation, Ecojustice and ForestEthics’ “Last Place on Earth” campaign to raise awareness of the need for an endangered species law in British Columbia. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PsG1qZ5Y7EQ&feature=player_embedded
“Ducking Responsibility in Ontario’s Boreal Forest,” a 2min viral video take-off on the popular Nintendo game “Duck Hunt.” Produced for ForestEthics, the video raises awareness of deforestation issues, species loss, climate change and urges government action.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9B8U5zGUhA