Bryant Serre is an MSc. Student at McGIll University in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences. His current work looks at validating and exploring the applications of landscape metrics for earth observation, and their reliability within global conservation frameworks (e.g., Canada's 30-in-30). Bryant is a lab alumnus of Ryerson Urban Water (RUW), the Great Lakes Institute of Environmental Research (GLIER), and the Miner's Canary/McCarthy Ecotoxicology Lab. His research prods fundamental questions of climate change, conservation, and equity-progressive action within the built and natural environment as he works to bring about change from the classroom, to the boardroom, to the legislature.