David is a master’s student at the School of Community and Regional Planning. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies from the University of Calgary, where wrote his thesis on the uses and abuses of the term “Sustainability” across discourses. David also studied one year in Hong Kong and worked internationally in France and Colombia, researching both private and public sector sustainability best practices, before making Vancouver his home. Besides being president of a non-profit dining society, David is currently working with Jordi in designing and conducting the 2015 BC Municipal Water Survey on water distribution, water metering, and water pricing.
See one of David’s post: Noon Hour Lecture: Metro Vancouver’s Water System
David graduated in 2016 with his project “Uneven and unmonitored: an overview of municipal residential water conservation in BC”