Simon Dyer is the associate regional director for Alberta at the Pembina Institute, and former director of the Institute's oilsands program. A registered professional biologist, Simon has worked on natural resource management issues in western Canada since 1999. Simon holds a Master of Science degree in environmental biology and ecology from the University of Alberta, and a Master of Arts in natural sciences from the University of Cambridge in the UK.
Simon is the co-author of over 40 Pembina Institute publications and has represented the Pembina Institute at many regulatory and parliamentary hearings and multistakeholder processes. In 2013 he was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his work to support environmentally responsible energy development in Alberta and Canada.
Simon Dyer is available for speaking engagements through the Pembina Institute Speakers Bureau.
Contact Simon Dyer
cell: 587-873-3937 • tweet: @simonjdyer