Dr. Quentin Chiotti has been working in the field of climate change risk and resiliency for almost 30 years, as an academic, for the not-for-profit sector, different levels of government, and for the private sector. Currently Dr. Chiotti is Practice Lead, Climate Risk and Resilience at Matrix-Solutions, and teaches a climate risk course at the University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus.
A contributor to four national climate change assessment reports, Quentin has over 50 publications, and has experience in the fields of climate change and agriculture, energy, human health, watershed management, and public transit. Over his career he has participated in an advisory/stakeholder role for various agencies on climate change and air quality issues, including the National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy, the Ontario Expert Panel on Climate Change Adaptation, and the F/P/T Air Quality Management System.
Before joining Matrix-Solutions, Quentin was Senior Advisor, Sustainability and Subject Matter Expert, Climate Risk and Resiliency at Metrolinx from 2015-2021, where he supported business units in asset lifecycle management, design and construction, risk reporting, and operations, including emergency response planning and business continuity management.