Luc Vescovi-en

Luc is a biologist by training, with a PhD in water science from INRS in Montreal and a master’s in environmental engineering from the EFPL in Switzerland. His career in environment spans twenty years, with key accomplishments in the areas of adaptation/resilience to climate change, water resources, and sustainable development. He currently works on the sustainable development portfolio at the Quebec Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environment and Climate Change.

Luc has published numerous journal articles as sole author or contributor, and has worked with many Canadian and international environmental organizations. In 2013, he completed a mission to Cameroon with CUSO International and the African Model Forests Network. He is also an experienced manager, with stints as a director of operations for different organizations. He is the former Chair in Sustainable Development and Corporate Social Responsibility at the Université du Québec à Montréal.