Angela Danyluk is a registered professional biologist with the BC College of Applied Biology. With over ten years of experience in the fields of local government, ecology and climate change Angela has experience with respect to water quality, streams and fish, wetlands and bogs, marine biology, the green economy, sustainable lifestyles, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, adaptation to sea level rise, heat and biodiversity. Angela has worked with others across disciplines on a variety of sustainability policy.
It is my goal to connect information and people to make change, solve problems and find solutions within the local government sector.
Specialties: Leadership, communication, and initiative. I work with others outside my discipline to foster solutions as they apply to climate change issues, engineering, natural areas management, community planning, and emergency environmental incidents.
I work with a range of senior staff, citizens, professional engineers, planners, technicians and emergency responders at the municipal, regional, provincial and federal level.
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Registered Professional Biologist (professional)
BC College of Applied Biology
Royal Roads University: MSc, Environment & Management 2012
My thesis project investigated an ecological restoration tool for Burns Bog in Delta, BC.
University of British Columbia: BSc, Marine biology 2001
My focus was on intertidal ecology, oceanography and native plants.
University of British Columbia: Certificate in Integrated Stormwater Management 2012
Stormwater management and water quality