- Ph.D. University of Minnesota, 2014
- B.Sc. University of Toronto, 2009
Economic growth futures and their environmental impacts, natural resource management and conservation, mathematical modeling of human-environment systems, political polarization of environmental issues
A Note to Prospective Graduate Students
Please see my website for current opportunities and instructions on getting in touch.
A Note to Prospective ENVS Honors Undergraduate Students
Honors students in our lab work on data analysis and/or mathematical modeling, depending on their interests and relevant coursework. Specific research questions relate to natural resource management, endangered species conservation, or macro-scale links between economies, the environment and society. For example, a previous honors project in our group projected the implications of pessimistic economic growth forecasts for the U.S.’s 21st-century carbon emissions. For more information on our research interests, please check out our website: www.mattgburgess.ca/research.