Jim has been with the Climate Hub for 4+ years with the Networking Node and the Mobilize Node sub-nodes Urban Ag, Elections, City Budgeting submissions, and Planning. Having a passion for learning and being an inveterate networker, he often acts as a researcher.
His activism started in Gr. 12 when he lectured at high schools around Saskatchewan on pollution and overpopulation. Currently he focuses on climate change, the environment, Indigenous knowledge, and social justice with a number of organizations around the world. Jim has extensive Board experience and training. Online learning has been a boon for Jim, allowing him to enjoy 14 (so far) university courses related to climate change, as well as other courses.
Jim is also an Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, specializing in Organizational Development, Change Management, Learning, and Leadership. All of his practice is based on systemic theory, respect, and the “2 ears, 1 mouth” approach. Jim has been privileged to work with 3 levels of Government and several industries domestically and internationally.