Raidin Blue


Portrait of Raidin Blue

Raidin Blue is an analyst with the Pembina Institute's buildings program. He rejoins the Institute after an internship where he worked on a wide range of projects including small modular nuclear reactors, climate governance, offshore renewable energy, and electric school buses. He has also worked with Passive Buildings Canada and wrote on topics such as embodied carbon, federal energy efficiency policy, disability advocacy, and Indigenous energy efficiency leadership.  Raidin studied climate and energy policy at York University through the Master of Environmental Studies program. As well, he worked on several climate and energy policy research projects through York University's Sustainable Energy Initiative.

Raidin began his career, however, in the physical sciences. He earned a Bachelor of Science in environmental biology and a certificate in sustainability from the University of Saskatchewan, where he also worked in ecotoxicology, soil science, and entomology laboratories. In his free time, Raidin tends to keep occupied with various athletic endeavours. Raidin lives in Toronto.

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