Julien Bourque works across the Canadian Climate Institute’s focus areas of clean growth, climate resilience and GHG mitigation. After working for Natural Resources Canada in its Climate Change Adaptation Division, Julien spent several years developing and implementing urban greening projects with local communities to improve their resilience to climate impacts. Julien joined the Institute to work on clean growth and climate change adaptation research projects, and he is now responsible for engagement and communications with francophone stakeholders. Julien’s experience, combined with an understanding of a broad range of climate-related issues, gives him the necessary perspective to provide practical and integrated recommendations on climate policy. Julien holds a Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the Université de Montréal and a Master’s degree in Environmental Management from the Université de Sherbrooke.