Dr. Gregory Paradis, RPF, P.Eng.

Dr. Gregory Paradis, RPF, P.Eng.

Assistant Professor

Faculty of Forestry

Dept. of Forest Resources Management

Vancouver Campus


Environment, Forestry

Contact Information

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Tel: 604-822-1890


Twitter/ ParadisGreg

Alternate Contact

Lou Corpuz-Bosshart

Media Relations Specialist

Tel: 604 822 2048

Email: lou.bosshart@ubc.ca


forest management and planning, harvest scheduling, timber harvesting, climate change mitigation, forest carbon modelling, forest industry, supply chain planning, forest resource analysis, landscape-level modelling, forest economics, operations research, optimization, industrial engineering, business analytics,




In the Media

Two billion trees to face climate change – Francopresse Urban forests like Stanley Park also need to be protected from fires – Radio Canada Interview with Gregory Paradis: climate change adaptation plan – Radio Canada Sawmill and pulp mill closure in BC – Radio Canada Interview with Gregory Paradis: The report on protected areas in Canada – Radio Canada Innovation plan in the forestry sector – Radio Canada 25 million for old growth forest management – Radio Canada Management of old growth forests in B.C. – Radio Canada Climate cocktail with Gregory Paradis: what is the value of a tree? – Radio Canada Climate café with Gregory Paradis: Improving carbon sequestration – Radio Canada Alternative forest fire management to avoid “hitting the 1.5 degree Celsius climate change wall” – Radio Canada The art of planting two billion tree – Radio Canada The 2022 BC budget and climate change – Radio Canada – Panaroma How to combine climate and economic transformation – Radio Canada – Phare Ouest Clearcutting linked to flooding in British Columbia – La Presse Are electric vehicles the solution to mitigate climate change? – Radio Canada – Phare Ouest Forest regeneration – Radio Canada – Phare Ouest Why suspend and not stop harvesting on old growth forests? – Phare Ouest Forest fires reportedly contributed to flooding in British Columbia – Radio Canada Do new forests or old ones capture more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere? – CBC Quirks & Quarks