Tooker Gomberg Greenspiration Fund is the brainchild of Tooker Gomberg and Angela Bischoff. Together they travelled the globe with their bicycles, documenting inspiring environmental initiatives and organizing for change – that is until Tooker’s tragic passing Mar. 3, 2004.
Tooker Gomberg (August 12, 1955 – March 3 or March 4, 2004) was a Canadian politician and environmental activist. A native of Montreal, Quebec and a liberal-arts graduate of Hampshire College (1980), Gomberg founded one of Canada’s first curbside recycling programs in Montreal, and later moved to Edmonton, Alberta, where he created educational materials for Alberta’s energy ministry and headed the EcoCity Society, an environmental agency.
Learn more about the life and achievement of Tooker Gomberg and his wife, Angela Bischoff, at http://greenspiration.org/tooker/bio-tooker-gomberg/.