A co-founder of Stratos, François Bregha is an experienced analyst, writer, evaluator, facilitator, project manager and trainer who brings over 30 years’ experience in government, environmental groups and consulting to the development of environmental policy. Since the late 1980s, François has specialized in the analysis and design of tools and approaches to integrate environmental and economic considerations in public policy.
In recent years, François has led major program evaluations (e.g., the application of strategic environmental assessment across the federal government) and strategic reviews (e.g., evaluation of the first 10 years of the Commission for Environmental Cooperation). He has helped several government departments design and implement their sustainable development strategies. François has planned and facilitated numerous internal government or multi-stakeholder workshops on a variety of environmental issues. He has also supported governmental and non-governmental organizations with strategic planning.
François Bregha has undertaken consulting assignments in Pakistan, Bangladesh, Cameroon, Jamaica and Mexico as well as Canada. He has published a book and two dozen articles on sustainable development, energy issues, northern development, international development and environmental policy, as well as having contributed to many commissioned reports on every aspect of environmental management and protection. François is fluently bilingual in French and English and speaks Spanish at an intermediate level