Pierre Iachetti, MSc, PAg, RPP, MCIP

Pierre is an accomplished and dedicated science and planning practitioner with over 18 years of experience working in land use, conservation, climate change, partnership development, and implementing strategic initiatives. Pierre is an analytical professional skilled at developing effective strategies and managing concurrent, complex projects – credited with meeting timelines, maintaining budgets, motivating personnel, and fostering stakeholder relationships. He is a collaborative communicator focused on building productive relationships and promoting cooperation to drive positive change and comprehensive strategic approaches to achieve organizational goals. Throughout his career, Pierre has worked with numerous federal, provincial, state, and local agencies and organizations on a variety of multi-disciplinary, transboundary environmental projects across the Pacific Northwest. Pierre provided science and planning expertise on landmark projects including Darkwoods forestry and carbon offsets, the Muskwa-Kechika Management Area Conservation Area Design, the Coast Information Team Ecosystem Spatial Analysis and Great Bear Rainforest Agreement, the Salish Sea Natural Area Conservation Plan, and the Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement. Currently, Pierre is also completing his PhD in Civil Engineering where his research involves sustainable buildings and renewable energy on-reserve.