Will Amos has been involved in the environmental movement and politics for 20 years. Before entering the House of Commons, he was a policy advisor to the federal Environment Minister, policy analyst at Environment Canada, and board member at Sierra Club of Canada. Beginning in 2007, he maintained an environmental litigation and law reform practice at a national environmental law charity dedicated to defending Canadians’ right to a healthy environment. In that role, he represented community environmental organizations to set legal precedents to protect the public interest and hold governments and corporations accountable. He also delivered an Environmental Law Clinic course at the University of Ottawa, and has published numerous academic papers on environmental law.