Dr. Éric Notebaert

MD – MSc Biomedical Sciences – Specialist in Emergency Medicine
Emergency physician CIUSSS North of the Island of Montreal and ÉVAQ (ambulance plane)
Clinician Researcher, Sacré Coeur Hospital in Montreal
Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine, U de Mtl

Vice President, Quebec Association of Physicians for the Environment
President of the Environment Committee, Association of Emergency Physicians of Quebec
Chairman of the Sustainable Health Committee, Francophone Doctors of Canada

Dr. Notebaert has worked in health and environment on a very large number of files over the past forty years: public and active transport, urban planning, fight against heat islands, energy issues (renewable energy, hydrocarbons, hydraulic fracturing, nuclear energy), agriculture, and pesticides, impacts on health and the environment of large industrial projects and ‘going green’ for hospitals.

This synthesis of knowledge, scientific popularization, participation in several federal, provincial, and municipal commissions, and position papers was carried out within the framework of the mandates of the Canadian Association and the Quebec Association of Physicians for the Environment or collaborations with various groups of citizens, several non-profit organizations and universities, both Canadian and Quebecois.