Simon J. Mitchell

Vice President, Resilient Habitats

Simon J. Mitchell

Vice President, Resilient Habitats

Simon leads WWF-Canada’s Resilient Habitats team, which works from coast to coast to coast protect landscapes, habitats and species.  A key function of Simons work is to identify strategies and actions across terrestrial and marine environments that improve the healthy and resilience of nature and people.  For the last 8 years Simon has led the freshwater and climate work along the Wolastoq (Saint John) River in New Brunswick, a priority area for WWF – Canada. Simon has expert knowledge and first-hand experience with small and large-scale conservation efforts, freshwater health and climate resilience.  He completed a B.Sc. Foresty at UNB (1997) and has worked ever since to protect some of the regions most unique habitats and species.  Simon has done much of this work through collaboration with academia, industry, community groups, Indigenous communities and government agencies.

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In the face of widespread wildlife loss and climate change, WWF-Canada is working to protect wild places and the species that live in them.

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Learn More about WWF-Canada

In the face of widespread wildlife loss and climate change, WWF-Canada is working to protect wild places and the species that live in them.

About WWF-Canada