James Casey

B.A., M.A., Senior Freshwater Conservation Specialist, WWF-Canada


Personally convinced that the largest challenge for future generations will be developing a way to prosper on a finite planet, James has joined the growing ranks of people seeking solutions to our emerging water challenge. He is particularly interested in the importance of freshwater resources for the health of our rivers and estuaries. James has completed a Master’s degree in International Environmental Policy at the University of Northern British Columbia with a focus on the management of international transboundary rivers. Closer to home, James has worked in WWF’s Prince Rupert office, encouraging community engagement in marine planning processes and out of the Vancouver office on the new Water Sustainability Act and the emerging Cumulative Effects Management Policy.