CRC consultants can help you understand what climate change means for your organization, and how you can prepare.
Charles Cuell, Ph.D.
He has bachelor degrees in mathematics and physics and a Ph.D. in applied Mathematics. Charles has been working with climate and climate change data for ten years, and has over 20 years of experience in numerical modelling and data analysis. He is keenly interested in providing local, relevant, and accessible climate change information to those that need it.
Darwin Horning, MCIP, MNRES Assistant Professor, School of Environmental Planning, University of Northern British Columbia
Darwin is an Assistant Professor in the School of Environmental Planning at University of Northern British Columbia and Senior Community Planner. Darwin has been involved in enhancing community resilience within British Columbia and abroad in locations including Australia and the Caribbean. Darwin’s interested involve governance and social processes that enable and increase community resilience. With over 25 years of urban, environmental and community development experience at the local through to global scale, Darwin strives to assist communities design applied and effective strategies in order to develop in a more resilient and sustainable manner when he is not on his mountain bike.
During Mel's academic career, his research focused on past climate change and vegetation history in western North America and he taught courses in weather and climate, climate change, paleoclimatology and geology
He directed an international initiative (sponsored by the Swiss Academy of Science) that focuses on global change issues in mountain regions worldwide and became involved in the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment as a lead author of a chapter that examines atmospheric conditions and trends in mountain systems. Mel served on the steering committee for the City of Nelson's recently completed Community Energy and Emissions Action Plan and was a member of the technical support team for the Columbia Basin Trust’s 'Communities Adapting to Climate Change Initiative'.
In 2017, Mel received an Award of Environmental Education Excellence from the Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network.
Arn Von Maydell
Arn Von Maydell