John Nyboer

Executive Director of the Energy and Materials Research Group (EMRG), Simon Fraser University, Canada.

Executive Director of the Energy and Materials Research Group (EMRG), Simon Fraser University, Canada.

John Nyboer holds a degree in Zoology (B.Sc.) and education and worked as a high school teacher for 11 years. John was accepted in Simon Fraser University's Resource and Environmental Management (REM) program to pursue studies in energy policy and energy management. He received a Masters degree in 1990 and went on to finish his Ph.D. in the same field in 1997.

As a University Research Associate, John acts as the Executive Director of the Energy and Materials Research Group (EMRG) in REM. The research group does extensive and detailed modeling of energy and material flows in Canada. Presently, the work is focused on greenhouse gas issues including the current debate surrounding Canada's next steps for emissions reduction. He is co-author of a book in this issue called "The Cost of Climate Policy". As Executive Director of Canadian Industrial Energy End-use Data and Analysis Centre (CIEEDAC), housed at SFU, John has developed an international reputation on the development and use of energy data and assessing energy. John is happily married and has three daughters and two sons-in-law. He lives in Surrey, BC.

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Energy and material flows, greenhouse gas issues including the current debate surrounding Canada's next steps for emissions reduction.

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