Andrew Bieler is a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University of Saskatchewan. He is a scholar, writer, and artist with a focus on environmental communication and education. Currently, he is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Sustainability and Education Policy Network at the University of Saskatchewan. Trained in social and cultural theory, he completed his PhD in the Joint Program in Communication and Culture at York University and Ryerson University in Toronto. His doctoral dissertation, Exhibiting Climate Change: An Examination of the Thresholds of Arts–Sciences Collaborations in the Context of Learning for a Sustainable Future, examines the role of collaboration between contemporary artists and environmental scientists in emerging approaches to climate change communication and education. He recently coauthored the book Critical education and sociomaterial practice: narration, place, and the social in the (re)thinking environmental education series published by Peter Lang. He serves as Director of Communications for the Society of Postdoctoral Scholars, and as a reviewer for a number of journals including Environmental Education Research, Green Humanities, and Environmental Studies and Sciences.