Conor Reynolds has an interdisciplinary PhD in Resource Management and Environmental Studies, and a Master’s in Mechanical Engineering, both from UBC. He is currently part of the Air Quality & Environment team at Metro Vancouver, the regional government that delivers services, policy and political leadership on behalf of 23 local authorities. Conor’s work is primarily related to energy and climate change, in particular projects to measure, reduce and offset greenhouse gas emissions in Metro Vancouver’s corporate operations. In addition, he works on the topic of managing air pollutant emissions from mobile sources in the region, as part of the implementation of Metro Vancouver’s Integrated Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Management Plan. He is interested in interdisciplinary, policy-relevant research on the environmental and human health impacts of energy use in society; active transportation; and the smart use of energy technologies.
Conor’s publications can be viewed here.