Josha MacNab directs the Pembina Institute's work in British Columbia. Her work supports B.C.’s transition to a clean energy economy by exploring solutions that can help the province remain an economically competitive climate leader. Through cross-sectoral consultation and engagement across the province, Josha’s work helps to find ways to reduce the impact of fossil fuels and increase our energy efficiency while encouraging robust development of clean energy.
Josha has strong connections to local governments across B.C. through her work supporting local climate action. She works on policy solutions at the local and provincial level and strives to encourage a pace and scale of action that is commensurate with the climate challenge we face. Josha holds a Master of Resource and Environmental Management degree from Simon Fraser University.