Chris Joseph, MRM, PhD
Chris is a consultant, researcher, facilitator, and instructor with expertise across the field of environmental management. Much of Chris’ work has been in regards to major project development, particularly the social and economic impacts of mines and pipelines, but Chris has also worked on a wide range of other topics such as cumulative effects, land and marine use plans, industrial GHG emissions, species-at-risk, stakeholder engagement, and organization design. Chris has written guidance for governments, provided expert evidence, and published research in leading academic journals and provided journal peer review. Clients have included Aboriginal groups, governments, industry, and NGOs. Chris holds PhD and masters degrees from the School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University and a B.Sc. (Honours with Distinction) in Geography from the University of Victoria. Chris is Principal of Swift Creek Consulting.