Kate Harland

Research Lead, Mitigation, Canadian Climate Institute

Kate brings extensive experience analysing and delivering climate policy and responsible innovation. She has worked with governments across multiple jurisdictions and in both public and private sectors.

Her previous roles include climate policy and economic analysis for the UK/EU governments, managing low-carbon technology trials for Transport for London, working on low-carbon vehicle strategies for Nissan and acting as Research Lead for the Chief Science Advisor to the New Zealand Prime Minister. As an advisor and consultant in British Columbia, she focused on facilitating and reviewing research across disciplines and boundaries. Kate has an interdisciplinary background, with a Masters of Science from Cambridge University and training from Simon Fraser University’s Master of Public Policy program.

Speaker Sessions

Healthy Energy Homes: Going Beyond Sustainability

  • Building Resilient Communities
  • Intersectional Track
  • Reaching Destination Net Zero
  • Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
  • Innovation, Technology and Deployment
  • Indigenous Leadership and Ways of Knowing
  • Finance, Trade and Investment
Session Date
Thursday, Feb 15 2024 | 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Featuring
Chris Henderson Founding Executive Director, Indigenous Clean Energy and President, Lumos Energy
Leona Humchitt Climate Action Coordinator, Haiłzaqv Nation
Mylène Riva Associate Professor, Department of Geography & Canada Research Chair in Housing, Community and Health, McGill University
Kate Harland Research Lead, Mitigation, Canadian Climate Institute
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