Megan Gordon

Senior Analyst

Portrait of Megan Gordon

Megan Gordon is a senior analyst for the Pembina Institute's Equitable Transition team. Megan is passionate about people-centered climate policy and supporting workers and communities in a rapidly changing world. Before joining Pembina, Megan worked at Environment and Climate Change Canada as a policy advisor with the Net-Zero Advisory Body secretariat, providing research and engagement support for their energy systems subcommittee. Prior to that, she co-authored several research studies related to sustainability, economic, and workforce transitions. She was also the lead researcher on the Wilderness Committee’s Northern Futures project and studied the impacts and outcomes of downturn in BC’s northern interior forest sector while in grad school. She was also a secretariat staff member to Canada's Just Transition Task Force, where she coordinated and participated in consultations with workers and communities impacted by the phase-out of coal-fired electricity.

Megan holds a Master of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies from the University of Northern British Columbia, and a Bachelor of Public Administration from the University of Ottawa. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring the rugged terrain of Canada’s remote, northern, and coastal landscapes.

Contact Megan Gordon

work: 604-245-1408
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