Christine Schuh is an associate partner in the Consulting practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP working in the Calgary office. She leads the Climate Change Services group.
Christine has international experience negotiating, mediating and presenting on climate change issues, particularly as they relate to the financial, business and audit aspects of greenhouse gases. She specializes in combining business and science to generate creative, sound and practical solutions to challenges, including strategic assessment of climate change risks and opportunities, due diligence for greenhouse gas credits, and green technology feasibility assessments.
Christine graduated from the University of Calgary with a PhD (Environmental Science), a MEng (Mechanical Engineering – Fluid Mechanics) and a BSc (Mechanical Engineering). She is a Professional Engineer, a certified Environmental Management System lead auditor and a pioneer in the area of greenhouse gas verification.
Christine is an adjunct professor at the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Environmental Design program, Environmental Management. She has also lectured for other programs at the university and at Calgary’s Red Deer College.