Jennifer MacIntyre (BJ ’97) has been named Canada’s Ambassador for Climate Change by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
In this role, Ms. MacIntyre will work with international stakeholders to advance Canada’s clean growth and climate change priorities on the world stage, including the successful implementation of the Paris Agreement.
Ms. MacIntyre will also provide advice to the Minister of the Environment, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Minister of International Development and the Minister of International Trade on mainstreaming climate change considerations in Canada’s international priorities, and reinforcing Canada’s work with other countries on innovative climate solutions.
Ms. MacIntyre served as Special Assistant to the Prime Minister and was responsible for international visits and summits before joining the former Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade in 2003.
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