Frontier Lithium adds a VP of Sustainability and External Affairs to its executive team
He was part of a sustainability program and led the Indigenous partnerships and regulatory affairs portfolios for Evolugen by Brookfield Renewable.
September 2, 2021 By Canadian Manufacturing
SUDBURY — Frontier Lithium Inc. announced that it has appointed Mr. David Ewing as its Vice President of Sustainability and External Affairs, a newly created position in the Company. Mr. Ewing brings over 20 years of experience in environmental matters and has built working relationships with regulatory authorities, Indigenous peoples and local communities throughout his career. He was part of a sustainability program and led the Indigenous partnerships and regulatory affairs portfolios for Evolugen by Brookfield Renewable, a subsidiary of Brookfield.
“We are thrilled to appoint David to our Executive team. His cross-cutting expertise and his experience in the renewable energy and mining sectors will help advance the strategic direction of our Company, including all mine and chemical production related permitting and the development of our environment, social and governance programs,” commented President and CEO Trevor Walker. “Building on our efforts to date concerning permitting and collaboration with Indigenous communities, David’s role will ensure that Frontier will continue to foster strong relationships and social impacts as a result of our advancing PAK Lithium Project.”
“I look forward to joining Frontier’s team, assisting the Company in developing sustainable resources for the electrification of transportation and beyond,” said David. “I believe that my experience with project permitting, the advancement of meaningful relationships with communities and the implementation of sustainability programs, including emissions reductions planning will prove pertinent in this regard.”
Before joining Brookfield, David held positions in the natural resources sector. Mr. Ewing earned a Bachelor of Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo, and a Master of Public Administration from Queen’s University.
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