Sean Male, B.Sc., M.Sc.

Senior Ecologist & Branch Lead


    M.Sc., Watershed Ecosystem Graduate Program, Trent University
  • B.Sc.Hons., Biology, Queen’s University

Training and Certifications

    Project Planning, Analysis and Control – George Washington University

Sean has designed and implemented baseline studies of natural heritage features, assessed environmental impacts, developed mitigation measures and monitoring plans, and coordinated environmental permits and approvals for a variety of projects in the land development, linear infrastructure and renewable power sectors. He has managed environmental requirements for projects from development planning, including permits/approvals, through to the construction and post-construction phases.

Sean also brings extensive experience with species at risk legislation. He has designed field programs to confirm presence/absence of species at risk, obtained permits and approvals from relevant authorities, and identified measures to avoid impacts and provide overall benefit to target species.

As a project manager, he has ensured the development of project documents and coordination of public, First Nation and Métis, agency and municipal consultation programs. He has also participated in environmental constraints assessments, due diligence studies and construction monitoring.