Gregory is an international expert in air quality modelling and monitoring who has completed projects throughout North America, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, the Caribbean, and South America. His areas of expertise include numerical and physical modelling of air quality, ambient monitoring program design and operation, and quantitative risk assessment.
Over a 25-year career, Greg has worked in the mining, power generation, oil and gas, manufacturing, transportation, pulp and paper, aggregates, government, and healthcare sectors. He’s also participated in projects related to air quality policy and regulation development for Canadian and international government agencies. Recently he supported the environmental assessment of a gold mine in Nunavut as well as projects in Sarnia, Ontario, and the northeast US.
Greg holds a position as an adjunct lecturer with the University of Toronto where he enjoys teaching the next generation of air quality professionals, and he enjoys golf, cycling and travel.