Peggy Holroyd
Peggy has worked with the Pembina Institute since 2004. As Director of Pembina's Arctic Energy Solutions and Interim Director of Public Sector Services Group she is responsible for substantial project development and management, client relations and staff supervision and mentoring.

Peggy is an environmental scientist and works with First Nations, government and companies on a variety of projects related energy and the environment. Peggy has completed projects on climate change, thresholds-based management of cumulative effects, land and resource use cumulative impact modeling, corporate environmental responsibility, environmental externalities and socio-economic effects associated with energy projects.

She has worked in public affairs, community development and education. Peggy holds a Master's in Environmental Design and BA in International Development from the University of Calgary with a specialization in northern planning and development from the Arctic Institute of North America.

Blog Entries by Peggy Holroyd

Geothermal Energy: A No-Brainer for Canada?

Posted July 13, 2011 | 10:26:35 (EST)

Geothermal energy generates about 10,000 megawatts of the world's electricity, enough to power 10 million homes. But in a "World on Fire," Sarah McLachlan and the folks at the Canadian Geothermal Energy Association would like to see this number increase dramatically. McLachlan lent her song of...

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