Helping communities in a changing world

Jeremy Pittman

Jeremy Pittman

Mr. Pittman is a PhD Student in the Department of Environment and Resource Studies at the University of Waterloo, Canada. His research focuses on issues of climate change and governance, with an emphasis on the implications of governance fragmentation for addressing climate change in social-ecological systems. As both a researcher and practitioner, he has experience working in a number of sectors (e.g., agriculture, water, fisheries, tourism, extractives, government) and with indigenous and non-indigenous communities in Canada, Chile, Jamaica and St. Lucia. His work typically employs innovative and creative approaches, integrating methods from qualitative social research, network analysis, systems dynamics, climatology and ecology.