Caroline Brouillette

Montreal, QC

Caroline Brouillette is the Executive Director of Climate Action Network Canada, the country’s largest climate network bringing together over 150 organizations operating from coast to coast. CAN-Rac’s membership represents environmental groups, labour, First Nations, social justice, development, health and youth organizations, faith groups and grassroots initiatives. With the CAN-Rac Secretariat team, Ms Brouillette works tirelessly to create strong social consensus for climate solutions that address the convergence of crises the world is faced with, through national policy development, in international diplomacy fora and convening of CAN-Rac’s diverse membership.

Ms Brouillette is the first francophone director of CAN-Rac. She is a columnist for L’actualité, Canada’s leading French-language public affairs magazine, where she writes about climate issues. Her commentary has appeared in CBC-Radio-Canada, the Washington Post, Reuters, Al Jazeera and many other current affairs television, radio and written press media internationally and in Canada. She joined the climate movement in 2018, when she represented Canadian youth at the G7 summit in Charlevoix. Ms Brouillette holds a Masters in Public Policy from the Lee Kuan Yew School of the National University of Singapore, where she majored in Economics.