Darwin H.

Doctoral Degree



Dr. Darwin Horning received a Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia Okanagan (2016), and a Masters in Natural Resource and Environmental Studies (Environmental Planning) from the University of Northern British Columbia (2005). Darwin currently holds a tenure track position as an Assistant Professor in the School of Environmental Planning at the University of Northern British Columbia, and is co-chair of the North America and Caribbean region within International Union for the Conservation of Nature-Commission for Ecosystem Management (IUCN-CEM) as well as a member of the Resilience Theme Group within IUCN-CEM. Over the past 25 years, Darwin has worked as a Professional Planner internationally, on a variety of community and regional initiatives ranging from First Nations land use planning (Okanagan) to development of Ecologically Sustainable Regional Plans (SE Queensland). His research has focused predominantly on socio-ecological processes and their impact on decision making (g


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  • climate change
  • environmental policy
  • biodiversity
  • facilities / infrastructure
  • canada
  • guyana
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