Brendan Frank is the director of policy and strategy at Clean Prosperity. He has worked for several organizations that specialize in climate policy and the low-carbon energy transition, including Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission, the University of Ottawa’s Positive Energy program, and Innovative Research Group. His experience spans the private and public sectors, academia, and civil society. With roots in Alberta and Ontario, Brendan strongly believes that addressing environmental challenges can be a unifying issue across regional and political lines. He holds a Master’s in Public Policy from the University of Calgary and a B.Sc. in Environmental Science from Queen’s University.
Brendan is presenting to ESNA on past research and based on his personal views, which do not necessarily reflect the views of Clean Prosperity.