Madeleine McGillivray

Projects and Research Coordinator
Canada Plastics Pact


Madeleine holds a Master’s degree from the London School of Economics (LSE) in Health and International Development. At the LSE Madeleine focused her dissertation on the impacts of climate change induced melting permafrost on the health of Indigenous People in Northern Canada. Prior to joining the CPP, she worked for the Smart Prosperity Institute as a Research Associate and a health social enterprise called Lucky Iron Fish as the Coordinator, Partnerships and Projects. Previously Madeleine attended Queen’s University, where she completed an undergraduate degree in Global Development. It was at Queen’s that Madeleine developed a keen interest in understanding the wide ranging impacts of climate change, specifically on human health, something that continues to motivate her research interests and work.