Suzanne Seiling, BES, MCC
Suzanne Seiling is a Project Manager with the Climate Risk Institute. Suzanne’s areas of experience and expertise include: vulnerability and risk assessments, community adaptation planning, research, capacity building, and more.
In her role, Suzanne liaises with Canadian and international stakeholders to support and advance adaptation and mitigation to climate change. Suzanne supports the facilitation of peer-to-peer dialogue between communities and sectors through webinars, presentations and regional workshops. She conducts research and translates climate science information into factsheets, reports, and web content for a variety of users and audiences. Recently, Suzanne was lead author of a report comparing current approaches for conducting climate change vulnerability assessments in the Great Lakes Basin.
With a Bachelor’s degree in Environment and Resource Studies, Suzanne is trained to approach environmental issues at the interdisciplinary level. Further, with a Master of Climate Change, she has advanced knowledge in climate change, with a specialization in impacts, adaptation, and vulnerability.
Suzanne enjoys spending time in nature and is an advocate for clean, healthy and ‘climate-ready’ communities.