Thomas Marr-Laing

Thomas Marr-Laing, ICD.D, is a principal in a diverse range of businesses. He provides consulting services to businesses and non-profit organizations in the areas of business and project development, regulatory and legal engagement, fundraising, and project management. Thomas was staff with the Pembina Institute from 1990 to 2005, serving in several senior roles including executive director (1996-2000) as well as policy director and director of the energy watch program. He chaired the Pembina Foundation from 2011 until its amalgamation with the Pembina Institute in 2019.

He is a director on the Beverage Container Management Board (BCMB) and chairs the BCMB’s Compliance Policy Committee. Previously, he has served as a director on the Alberta Recycling Management Authority Board as well as Alberta’s Clean Air Strategic Alliance. He has provided leadership to several multi-stakeholder bodies charged with developing policy frameworks to manage environmental issues associated with waste management and air quality/climate change. Thomas has completed the ICD-Rotman Directors Education Program and holds a degree in electrical engineering from the University of Alberta.


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