MRM (Planning), 2007
Randy Morris completed the MRM program while undertaking research on topics such as the economic benefits of rock climbing in Squamish and the impacts of backcountry camping in Kluane National Park.
Currently Randy works in environmental consulting managing large projects in the mining and energy sectors. He applies his specialty skills in recreation planning in his work. For example, he recently completed effects assessment of a large Nunavat mine proposal on recreation and outdoor activities. Randy also applies his research skills to cross disciplinary topics.
Randy spent the first 10 years or more of his career and education focused on environmental conservation. During his latest 10 years he has contributed a high calibre of science-based intellect to environmental assessment processes. This work enables major projects to be evaluated effectively so that the right developments can occur in a balanced way to benefit society.
Complementary to his meaningful career, Randy travels and continues to explore backcountry recreation pursuits. I'm honoured to know Randy personally and professionally. His strong academic basis sets a high standard for those who work for and with him.
Submitted by: Cathy Mackay