Sarah NasonCommunications Lead

Sarah Nason is the communications lead in Alberta for the Pembina Institute. She ensures the findings of our research are communicated in engaging and accessible ways tailored to meet the needs of policymakers, media, and members of the public. Before joining the Institute, Sarah worked as the communications coordinator for the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (Northern Alberta Chapter) and as a science communication consultant for Fuse Consulting Ltd. She brings with her a passion for Alberta's wild places and combining her creative side with science to make communications products that are beautiful and inviting.

Sarah holds a bachelor of science (Hons.) in animal biology from the University of Alberta and a master of science in biology from the Université du Québec à Montréal. In her spare time she enjoys spoiling her rescue dog, Willow, and struggling (and sometimes succeeding!) to build her at-home aquaponics system.


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Sarah Nason's Recent Publications

Cover of Boreal Woodland Caribou report

Status of Boreal Woodland Caribou Conservation in Canada A summary of range planning, restoration, and opportunities to win on caribou and climate

Publication Nov. 25, 2021- By Dorothy Hill, Morrigan Simpson-Marran, Lorne Gould, Sarah Nason

Canada's boreal woodland caribou are in decline, and progress to reverse this trend has been slow. But it is not too late to reverse it. Closing legislative loopholes and prioritizing conservation over restoration are esential to ensure the survival of the species, and save some of the most carbon-rich habitat in the world in the process.

Aerial view of the Town of Innisfail's 25-megawatt solar farm, located just off of highway 54

Local leadership brings big renewable energy opportunities to Alberta town How the Innisfail town council kickstarted a conversation, creating a chain reaction of innovative and profitable projects

Blog June 11, 2021- By Sarah Nason, Laura Hughes

The Town of Innisfail is quietly and confidently challenging stereotypes about small town Alberta with its award-winning renewable energy work. Representatives from the town say projects like their new solar farm have been a financial win, boosting their local economy and paving the way forward for even more opportunities.

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