Anne Hammill

Associate Vice-President, Resilience

Anne Hammill is the Associate Vice-President, Resilience at IISD. In this role, she leads IISD’s work on climate change adaptation and the links between the environment, conflict, and peacebuilding. She also directs the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Global Network, for which IISD serves as the Secretariat. 

With a background in geography, Anne has over 20 years of experience addressing the social dimensions of environmental change. She works with governments and civil society organizations to put climate change adaptation at the centre of decision making—particularly through national adaptation planning processes. Most recently, she has been advising the government of Canada in developing its first-ever National Adaptation Strategy. She also focuses on how ecosystem management and resource governance can contribute to conflict prevention and peacebuilding, and was a founding board member of the Environmental Peacebuilding Association. 

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Areas of expertise
Climate Change Adaptation
Environment, Conflict and Peacebuilding
Governance and Multilateral Agreements
Sustainable Development Goals
Public Procurement
Gender Equality
Conservation and Climate Change
Conservation and Conflict
UNFCCC Processes
National Adaptation Plans
Staff type
Senior Management
Master of Arts, Geography, University of Victoria, Canada, 2001
Bachelor of Arts, Geography & Environmental Studies, McMaster University, Canada, 1997
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