Technical Writing and Editing

Send us your draft materials and we will produce a report that is organized, clear, and meets the needs of your target audience. We will work with you to develop such elements as text boxes, case studies, and graphical presentations of data to enhance your report. Services include fact checking, revisions, reference list development, editing, proofreading, design, and lay-out – everything from raw notes to the finished product.

Sample documents and reports

  • Why Value the Oceans? A Discussion Paper. February 2012. Prepared by UNEP/GRID-Arendal and Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions in collaboration with the UNEP TEEB Office and the UNEP Regional Seas Programme. Joan Eamer, Claire Eamer (science writers, substantive editors).
  • Yukon Thinhorn Sheep: Horn Growth, Genetics and Climate Change. Environment Yukon, 2014. Report is based on a collection of academic papers and is aimed at general, non-academic audience. Claire Eamer, science writer.
  • Arctic Species Trend Index reports. Technical reports on marine species trends and on spatial analysis, and a key findings report based on these, April 2012. Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna working group of Arctic Council with the Zoological Society of London. Joan Eamer was science writer for key findings report and editor of technical reports.
  • Fish and Wildlife Branch Highlights 2012: Environment Yukon, 2013. A general-audience summary of habitat studies, wildlife surveys, and wildlife viewing programs of Environment Yukon during the 2011-2012 fiscal year. Claire Eamer, science writer.