William Sacher

William Sacher has worked throughout Europe, Africa, and Latin America, and has ­published numerous ­articles and reports in the national and international press about the exploitation of natural resources and the politics of climate change. He holds a PhD in applied mathematics, specifically for the oceanic and atmospheric sciences, from McGill.

He is an independent researcher of the collective Ressources d’Afrique in Montreal, and co-authored the book Noir Canada: Pillage, corruption et criminalité en Afrique, a publication which received the 2009 Richard Arès Award in Quebec, Canada.