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Earth, Environmental and Geographic SciencesOther Titles: Director, UBC Centre for Environmental Assessment Research; Associate Member, Faculty of Forestry, UBC Vancouver Campus
Office: FIP 246
Graduate student supervisor
Environmental impact assessment; natural resources management; energy and mining development.
Courses & Teaching
Environmental impact assessment; energy systems and resources.
Kevin Hanna’s research focuses on environmental impact assessment and natural resources development. A key part of his research is working with Indigenous organizations to help outline data/information management approaches and tools, define best practices for impact assessment, and develop case studies to help communities design new methods for assessing projects. His current work focuses on the Canadian west, north, and Arctic.
Cumulative Effects Assessment and Impact Assessment Process Development, collaborative research with the Tsilhqot’in National Government (2020-2023), Impact Assessment Agency of Canada
Supporting Indigenous led impact assessment (2018-2024), Eminence Fund
Connecting cumulative effects assessment to decision-making (2017-2023), Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
Planning and assessment information for marine and related activities in the Canadian Arctic (2017-2022), Irving Shipbuilding Inc. & Nunavut Research Institute
PhD, University of Toronto
MA, University of Toronto
BA, University of British Columbia
Selected Publications & Presentations
Hanna, K. (Ed). 2022. The Routledge Handbook of Environmental Impact Assessment. Routledge Abingdon.
Hanna, K. (Ed.) 2016. Environmental Impact Assessment, Practice and Participation, Third Edition. Oxford University Press, Toronto. First edition, 2005; Second edition, 2009.
Bullock, Ryan and Kevin Hanna, 2012. Community Forestry: Local Values, Conflict and Forest Governance, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK.
Hanna, K. Slocombe, S. Clark, D. (Eds.) 2008. Transforming Parks and Protected Areas: Policy and Governance in Changing World. Routledge/Taylor and Francis, Abingdon, UK.
Hanna, K. and Slocombe, S. (Eds.) 2007. Integrated Resource and Environmental Management: Concepts and Practice. Oxford University Press, Toronto
Recent Journal Articles
Arnold, L.M., Hanna, K., Noble, B. et al. 2022. Assessing the Cumulative Social Effects of Projects: Lessons from Canadian Hydroelectric Development. Environmental Management. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00267-022-01622-x
Thiessen, B. Noble, B. Hanna, K. 2022 Enabling conditions and challenges to environmental assessment as a tool for knowledge brokerage: lessons from Nunavut, Polar Geography, DOI: 10.1080/1088937X.2022.2032859
Dutta, N. Noble, B. Poelzer, G. Hanna, K. 2021. From Project Impacts to Strategic Decisions: Recurring Issues and Concerns in Wind Energy Environmental Assessments, Environmental Management, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00267-021-01518-2
Peletz, N. Hanna, K. and Noble B. 2020. The Central role of Inuit Qaujimaningit in Nunavut’s Impact Assessment Process. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, 38(5): 412-426.
McMaster, R. Noble, B. Poelzer, G. Hanna, K. 2020. Wind energy environmental assessment requirements and processes: an uneven landscape, Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, DOI: 10.1080/14615517.2020.1815271
Thiessen, B. Noble, B. and Hanna, K. 2020. Analysis of impact assessment practice and mitigation for shipping activity in the eastern Canadian Arctic. Arctic, 73(2): 141-277.
Director, Centre for Environmental Assessment Research at UBC
Director, Bachelor of Sustainability Degree program at UBC’s Okanagan Campus
Co-Chair of the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada’s Technical Advisory Committee on Science and Knowledge
Member of the Editorial Board of Environmental Management
Member of the Editorial Board of Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal
Member of the BC Environmental Assessment Act Implementation Advisory Committee
Member of the Minister’s Environmental Assessment Expert Advisory Committee, BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy