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Damon Matthews, PhD

Professor and Concordia Research Chair in Climate Science and Sustainability, Geography, Planning and Environment



Damon Matthews is a Professor and Research Chair in Climate Science and Sustainability at Concordia University. Damon holds a PhD in climate science from the University of Victoria, and is a member of the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists of the Royal Society of Canada and a Review Editor for the upcoming Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. He has published more than one hundred research papers on topics ranging from quantifying the remaining carbon budget to assessing equitable approaches to allocate emission allowances to individual countries. He is internationally recognized for his work in policy-relevant climate science, as well as for initiatives such as the Climate Clock that use digital visualization and web-based technologies to motivate and accelerate climate action. Damon is the Scientific co-Director of Sustainability in the Digital Age, and directs the NSERC CREATE in Leadership in Environmental and Digital Innovation for Sustainability (LEADS) program, which aims to train graduate student researchers at the intersection of sustainability science and digital innovation.

Professional affiliations

Royal Society of Canada
Canadian Meteorological and Oceanography Society
American Geophysical Union

Attention Media: Will speak on climate change related issues


NSERC CREATE: Leadership in Environmental and Digital Innovation for Sustainability (LEADS)


Climate Scenarios, Impacts and Modelling (CSIM) Lab


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