Who We Are

Michael Adams, president of the Environics group of research and communications companies, founded the Environics Institute in 2006, and serves as its President and CEO.

Michael Adams is a noted commentator on social values and social change in North America. The founding president of the Environics group of research and communications consulting companies, Michael has written five books published by Penguin Canada, including the bestselling Fire and Ice: The United States, Canada, and the Myth of Converging Values, which won the Donner Prize for the best book on Canadian public policy in 2003.

In his most recent book, Stayin’ Alive: How Canadian Baby Boomers Will Work, Play, and Find Meaning In the Second Half of Their Adult Lives (Penguin, November 2010), Michael reflects on the changes Baby Boomers have brought about in Canadian society—and the changes that are yet to come.

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Keith Neuman, Ph.D. was appointed in November 2011 as the inaugural Executive Director of the Environics Institute.

Keith's previous role at Environics was as Group Vice President responsible for the research company's Public Affairs and Environment-Energy research practice areas, providing leading-edge public opinion research in such areas as energy and environment, natural resources, health care, municipal services, justice, transportation, social policy and Aboriginal issues. Since the 1980s, Keith has conducted a wide range of public opinion and social research projects for public, private and non-profit sector organizations, with leading research firms in Toronto, Halifax and Ottawa.

Keith holds a Ph.D. in Social Ecology from the University of California, and holds the credential of Certified Marketing Research Professional (CMRP). He is a frequent media commentator on social trends and public opinion.

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Kristen Pue is a Research Intern for the Environics Institute.  

She holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Alberta and is a Master of Global Affairs candidate, 2014, with the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto. Kristen is a Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Masters Scholar and a Lupina Social Determinants of Health Fellow for 2013-2014.  Prior to beginning graduate studies, she researched at the Centre for Constitutional Studies, writing on important events in Canadian constitutional law and politics. Kristen hopes to bridge this experience at the Environics Institute.

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