Marcel Clift is based out of St. John’s, Newfoundland. Prior to joining the Master of Environmental Policy program, Marcel completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. Marcel studied Public Policy at the MUN Harlow Campus in the U.K. under Dr. Chris Dunn. He studied Economic Public Policy in 2018 before coming to the MAEP program.
Marcel’s research involves green energy production with special consideration to tidal power generation.
Marcel enjoys following politics (especially international relations) and hiking, backpacking, fishkeeping, time at the cabin, playing with his 2 children and snowboarding.