Matt Horne is the Pembina Institute's associate regional director for British Columbia. He has been with the organization since 2003, focusing on policy change that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions in British Columbia and provide replicable models for the rest of Canada. In pursuit of this goal, he has worked on initiatives with the province, municipalities and First Nations. Prior to joining the Institute, Matt worked extensively with energy-economy models on projects attempting to estimate the costs and benefits of climate change policy in Canada. Matt holds a Bachelor of Engineering from Dalhousie University and a Master of Resource and Environmental Management from Simon Fraser University.
Matt Horne is available for speaking engagements.
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Matt Horne's Recent Publications
What Canada needs now is a race to the front of the pack on climate action. All provinces and territories can and should do more to reduce their emissions.
This week or next, the federal cabinet is expected to decide on the fate of the Petronas-backed Pacific NorthWest LNG proposal near Prince Rupert, British Columbia.
This Pembina Institute infographic outlines the potential environmental impacts of the $36-billion PNW LNG project in the context of B.C.'s new climate plan, released on August 19.
The Pembina Institute recommends that the Environmental Certificate for the PNW LNG project be rejected.
Letter to the Editor
Can B.C. have an LNG industry and still meet its climate targets?