Providing Regional Climate Services to British Columbia

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Izzy Farmer

Content Development and User Engagement Coordinator

As the Content Development and User Engagement Coordinator at PCIC, Izzy works on the Regional Climate Impacts team developing practical information on the physical impacts of climate change for climate service users. After completing a B.Sc. in Biology (Honours) at the University of Ottawa, Izzy went on to complete a Master of Public Health at the University of Victoria, where she focused her work on how climate change impacts health and health equity. Izzy brings recent experience working in climate change adaptation at the regional and provincial levels of government in BC. She is interested in understanding users’ evolving learning needs to support the use of climate information in policy and practice. In her spare time, Izzy enjoys climbing mountains, and exploring new and familiar places.“

  • MPH in Social Policy, School of Public Health and Social Policy, University of Victoria
  • B.Sc. in Biology (Honours), Department of Biology, University of Ottawa
Selected Publications: 

Zhang, W. S., Farmer, E. J., Muhanzi, D., & Trudeau, V. L. (2022). Petroleum-derived naphthenic acids disrupt hormone-dependent sexual behaviours in male Western clawed frogs. Conserv Physiol 10 DOI: 10.1093/conphys/coac030