Colin Polsky, Ph.D.

Director of the Florida Center for Environmental Studies · Florida Atlantic University

Colin Polsky is trained as a geographer, specializing in the human dimensions of global environmental change.

U.S. Climate Vulnerabilities Geography Humanities Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Mathematics

Joseph A. Hamm

Assistant Professor · Michigan State University

Expert in: Public trust in legal and regulatory governmental entities

Public Opinion Trust/Confidence/Legitimacy Natural Resource Management State Courts Performance Measurement

Jase Bernhardt

Assistant Professor · Hofstra University

Dr. Bernhardt has had a lifelong passion for studying weather and climate. His current research focuses hurricane preparedness.

Virtual Reality to Promote Evacuation Meteorology Environmental History Climate Weather

Mike Hamm

C. S. Mott Chair in Sustainable Agriculture · Michigan State University

Expert in community-based food systems, food security, sustainable agriculture, and nutrition education

Food and Sustainability Urban Agriculture Health Sustainable food systems Regional Food Systems

Andrea Kirkwood

Associate Professor · University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Aquatic Ecology | Algae | Water Research | Water Quality | Water Pollution | Invasive Species | Environmental Microbiology

Aquatic Ecology Aquatic Invasive Species Algae algal blooms blue-green algae

Ken Greenberg

Principal · Greenberg Consultants Inc.

Can you see what I see? Engage your imagination and improve your community with Greenberg Consultants award-winning urban designer

Urban Planning Green Development Sustainable Development Green Architecture Transforming Cities

Bethany Bradley

New England Climate Adaption Science Center Principal Investigator and Associate Professor in Environmental Conservation · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Bethany Bradley studies the interactions between invasive species, land use and climate change.

Spatial Ecology Biogeography Climate Change Climate Change Adaptation Invasion Ecology

Kurt Schindler

Distinguished Senior Educator Emeritus · Michigan State University

Kurt Schindler is an expert in land use (planning and zoning) and economic development as practiced by local units of government.

Water Quality Protection Placemaking Right to Farm Act Planning Zoning

Yvette J. Saavedra

Clinical Assistant Professor of Chicana/o Studies · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Chicana/o History U.S. Mexico Borderlands 19th Century U.S U.S. Western History Gender and Sexuality

Patricia Norris

Guyer Seevers Chair in Natural Resource Conservation · Michigan State University

An expert in water resources, natural resource conservation, environmental and natural resource governance.

Agricultural Policy Natural Resource Economics Environmental Economics

Nav Athwal

Co-Founder & CEO · RealtyShares

Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding

Tracy Rittenhouse, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Natural Resources and the Environment, director of the Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation Center · University of Connecticut

Tracy Rittenhouse is an expert in the study of wildlife populations - bobcats, bear, deer - within social-ecological systems.

Ranavirus Epidemics Wetland Ecology Bear and Bobcat Populations Citizen Science Wildlife Habitat Management

Andrea Grottoli

Professor | School of Earth Sciences · The Ohio State University

Climate change expert, specializing in coral responses to climate change and reconstructing oceanographic conditions

Coral Reefs Paleoceanography Biogeochemistry

Alana Pindar

Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Environmental Sciences · University of Guelph

Wild bee expert who studies the impact of environmental stressors such as climate change and habitat loss on bee communities

Biodiversity Pollination Biology Pollination Ecological Analysis Ecological disturbance

Dustin Haisler

Chief Innovation Officer · e.Republic

Chief Innovation Officer at e.Republic

Crowdsourcing Innovation Management Local Government Emerging Technology Innovation

T. William Lester, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of City and Regional Planning, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC at Chapel Hill

Lester is an expert on the impact of minimum wage and living wage policies on urban economic development.

Economic Development Labor Market Institutions Living Wage Policies Minimum Wage Policies Labor Economics

Ryan S. King, Ph.D.

Professor of Biology · Baylor University

Dr. King is a Professor of Biology and Directory of the Graduate Program in Biology at Baylor University.

Freshwater science to inform policy Community and ecosystem ecology Numeric water-quality criteria Ecological thresholds Streams and rivers

Miles Silman

Director of the Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability and Professor of Biology · Wake Forest University

Silman has been a leader in the sustainability movement since beginning his doctoral research more than 20 years ago.

Tropical Ecology Tropical Biodiversity Community Ecology Plant Evolution Plant Ecology

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