Ronnie Drever works as a Forest Ecologist for Nature United. He started with The Nature Conservancy in 2007 and provides science leadership and technical expertise to Nature United’s place-based and climate projects.
Ronnie studied Biology and Geography at Queen's University, and later moved to Vancouver to complete a Master's in Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. After several years working as a biologist and researcher in various parts of British Columbia, he moved to Montreal and in 2008 completed a Ph.D. in Biology at Université du Québec à Montréal.
Ronnie has written dozens of technical reports, popular science pieces and peer-reviewed publications on applied ecology, forestry and landscape ecology.