Brennan is a Bachelor of Environment student at Simon Fraser University. He coordinates the Climate Change Policy and Research Division for the British Columbia Council for International Cooperation (BCCIC). He is an experienced researcher, project manager and volunteer coordinator with specialization in resource and environmental management, water conservation and climate change. As a youth environmental leader, he has held roles involving stream stewardship, bee pollinator habitat, sustainable purchasing, sustainable investment and environmental education. Past roles include Climate Emergency Policy Analyst for BCCIC where he produced a climate change guide for industry associations, and Water Efficiency Advisor for the City of Vancouver’s Greenest City Action Plan. In recognition of his environmental leadership he received the City of Burnaby’s Youth Environmental Award. He lives in a LEED Gold home in Burnaby BC.