Simon Donner

Why does climate matter? This question is the basis of a broad program of field and model research at the interface of climate science, marine science, and public policy. This research provides insight into the causes and effects of human-induced climate change, the efficacy of policy and mitigation options, and the consequences for human welfare. Current areas of research include climate change and coral reefs; ocean warming and El Nino; climate change adaptation in the developing world; Canadian and international climate policy; public engagement on climate change. I’m also the director of UBC’s new “Ocean Leaders” program, which provides young researchers with the skills to address tomorrow’s interdisciplinary ocean and climate challenges.

Simon Donner will be facilitating the panel concerning Our_Environments!


Our_Futures is an experience delivered by students attending Quest University Canada. The event is endorsed by by Quest’s administration, and is thereby included within the registered charity Quest University Canada


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