Claire Havens has a passion for knowledge sharing, civic engagement, and facilitating dialogue within the research, government, non-profit, and business communities on environmental issues. She has worked in government and the non-profit sector undertaking policy analysis on a variety of topics including climate change mitigation and adaptation, natural resource and marine planning, and environmental economics. This included carrying out a benefits valuation for the Scott Islands National Wildlife Area for Environment Canada, and working with the Adaptation to Climate Change Team at Simon Fraser University (SFU). Working at SFU Carbon Talks, Claire has helped convene dozens of roundtable dialogues, workshops and public events, and regularly facilitates or participates on panel discussions. Claire has a Masters from the School of Public Policy at SFU, and is completing SFU's Certificate in Dialogue and Civic Engagement.
Blog Posts by Claire Havens
Regional transportation: moving forward or backwards?
By Claire Havens - January 03, 2013
Many residents in the Lower Mainland eagerly awaited news of future transit service to their communities..... read more
Why the carbon tax is good for your wallet
By Claire Havens - May 15, 2012
For well over a decade Dr. Olewiler has been a major proponent of pricing carbon and using extra revenue for projects that conserve natural capital... read more