Alumni Office Hour: Sustainability Careers in Natural Resources

Tuesday, January 17, 2023 3:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST (GMT -05:00)

Chris Adachi

The natural resource sector both affects and is affected by climate change. Join ERS grad Chris Adachi for insights on the future of sustainability related roles in the natural resource sector. As the Director of Climate Change at Teck Resources, Chris focuses on all dimensions of climate change, including the pursuit of decarbonization technologies and working with governments to support these technologies.

Register now to gain an understanding of the skills and experiences needed to build a career in this sector, the importance of teamwork and communication skills and how introspection can help you discover a career you really enjoy.

Join us Tuesday, January 17, 2023

3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. EST

Teams - link will be provided upon registration 

Submit your questions for Chris when you register or ask them during the event.

Chris Adachi (MES 2009, ERS)

Director, Climate Change, Teck Resources

Chris Adachi, Director, Climate Change, joined Teck Resources in 2009. Chris’ work at Teck focuses on a spectrum of issues related to Climate Change, including policies and regulations, public reporting and disclosure, and Teck’s strategy for achieving carbon neutrality. Chris is currently a member of the Mining Association of British Columbia’s Climate Action Working Group, the Mining Association of Canada’s Climate Change Working Group, and the International Council of Mining and Metal’s Climate Change Task Force. Chris holds a Bachelors of Arts from McMaster University, a Master of Forestry from UBC, and a Master of Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo.

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