Brennan is a second-year Bachelor of Environment student at SFU, majoring in Resource and Environmental Management. He hopes to pursue a career in environmental solutions and innovation. As a youth environmental leader, he initiates efforts to improve the environment, including stream stewardship, bee pollinator habitat, water quality, environmental education, and other efforts. He recruits and manages volunteers, organizes and promotes events, and advises on youth engagement activities for volunteer organizations. Since 2019 he has been the Policy and Research Division Coordinator for BCCIC Climate Change and has worked on a project to develop a guide to accelerate municipal climate emergency declarations. He co-leads SFU 350, which is a student club engaging SFU to be a climate leader. For the summer he has taken on the role of Climate Emergency Policy Analyst for BCCIC, where he will write a toolkit for industry and professional associations to pursue climate mitigation and adaptation strategies. Brennan thrives in outdoor environments and enjoys hiking, dragon boating, water skiing, and exploring nature locally and during travels abroad (Iceland is a favourite).