Mr. Falls is currently serving as an Adjunct Professor with U.B.C.’s Forest Sciences Center, and is Chair of the B.C. Forest Summit’s Carbon Task Force. He holds a Ph.D. in Resource Management Science from U.B.C. (1990), where he researched carbon sequestration. His multidisciplinary work history includes roles in the natural gas, climate mitigation, renewable energy, forest and carbon trading industries. Working in Canada, China and the U.S. (Hawaii), Mr. Falls has developed sustainability and climate policy and projects with major energy corporations and industry associations, as well as local and senior governments and First Nations.
Robert Falls, Ph.D., R.P.Bio