Principal, Gray Taylor Law and Distinguished Visiting Fellow in Environment
Mr. Taylor is the School’s inaugural Distinguished Visiting Fellow in Environment and Adjunct Professor. He practices business law at Gray Taylor Law after decades of Bay Street practice in climate change and emission trading, environmental and sustainability law, and related corporate issues affecting businesses in Canada and abroad. He invented some of the international systems for carbon trading and represented the largest private sector participant in World Bank Umbrella Carbon Fund transactions. He has been “universally acknowledged as the godfather of Canadian climate change law” by Chambers Global. He is a member and former Co-Chair of the School of the Environment’s Environmental Finance Advisory Committee.