Amanda BryantSenior Analyst

Portrait of Amanda Bryant

Amanda is a senior analyst with the Pembina Institute's oil and gas program, based in Calgary. Her focus is on developing and advocating for evidence-based policy solutions for oil and gas methane emissions.

Amanda began her methane journey as a policy researcher and writer at St. Francis Xavier University’s FluxLab – one of Canada’s foremost methane measurement labs. There, she worked to bring a policy dimension to the lab’s measurement work. She researched and wrote topical op-eds on subjects such as the connection between methane and air quality, the importance of harmonizing air quality and methane regulations, innovative and rapid policy developments in the U.S., climate disclosure reporting requirements, methane intensity, and natural gas certification. She then built on her foundation of methane policy knowledge as a consultant at the Pembina Institute before joining as a full-time employee.

She has a PhD in Philosophy from the City University of New York Graduate Center, and she received her MA from Simon Fraser University. In her spare time, you can find her jogging, watching Star Trek, or playing video games.

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