Brennan Vogel has over 10 years of research, policy and planning involvement with municipal sustainability and climate change action initiatives, local & regional capacity-building and the promotion of strategic approaches for integrated climate solutions across Canada. As an innovative, collaborative and dynamic thinker, Vogel's applied research insights have contributed and helped to shape local and regional climate change adaptation policy and planning processes in municipal and provincial governments, federal agencies and the academic-practitioner community.
Vogel earned his PhD in Geography from UWO (2016). After post-doctoral research at the UBC School of Community and Regional Planning and the University of Winnipeg Department of Environmental Studies, he now teaches and consults, instructing undergraduate courses in Ecological Justice and Geography at Kings College, as well as teaching a graduate level course in Planning and Management at the UWO Centre for Environment and Sustainability.
Working with Dr. Stephan Vachon, Dr. Michael Courey and Skylar Franke, Vogel is the Research Associate on a pilot project and community collaboration focused on Developing Inclusive Green Economies through Property Assessed Clean Energy Incentives in London, Ontario.
Brennan Vogel is a Research Partner in the Greening Growth Partnership and The Economics & Environmental Policy Research Network.