Paul is a manager at Environment Canada where he currently manages a number of science and technology programs. On the technology side, these include the environmental technology program (ETV), government oversight of the Sustainable Development Technology Corporation (SDTC) and Green Municipal Fund (GMF), as well as the CETACs. On the science side, he is currently managing the Department’s environmental genomics program, as well as programs on energy research and development in cooperation with the other government departments.
Paul’s background is in the sciences, with an undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology and a graduate degree in Environmental Toxicology, from Concordia University. Prior to Environment Canada, he spent around 10 years with the Maryland Department of the Environment, where he was a Chief of the Toxics Division until 2001. Since 2001, he has been with Environment Canada in various science and management roles.