Amelia Clarke has been working on environment and sustainability issues since 1989, and was recognized as one of 50 Canadian environmental  leaders in the Spring 2008 issue of magazine Green Living. She is an assitant professor in the School of Environment,  Enterprise and Development (SEED) at the  University of Waterloo and is Director of the Master of Environment and  Business (MEB) program. She holds a PhD in Management from McGill University. Amelia Clarke was also the  President of Sierra Club Canada from 2003 to 2006. She has served on numerous  advisory committees, including the Atlantic Canada Sustainability Initiative  (2007-2010); Program Committee for the International Forum on Applied  Sustainable Development (2007); the Canadian Advisory Committee to the World  Peace Forum (2006); the federal government’s National Advisory Committee to the  U.N. Habitat’s World Urban Forum III (2006); and the Canadian delegation during  the United Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development (Johannesburg) negotiations (2002). In 1996, she founded the Sierra Youth Coalition, and is  proud of having launched their sustainable campus program which  is now active  on more than 80 university campuses.