D. (1973), M.S. (1969) in Electrical Engineering,
Michigan State University
B.Tech. (1968) in Electrical Engineering, Indian
Institute of Technology, Bombay.
Among his policy
innovations, that have increasingly gone mainstream, are the
- Worked with federal
state governments, think tanks, and the private sector for over 35
extensively on the interactions between globalization, economic
development, environmental quality, technological change, climate
change, and human well-being.
with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change since before its
inception — as an author, U.S. delegate and reviewer. Part of the
U.S. team that negotiated the UN Framework Convention on Climate
Change, and later a delegate to that organization.
- Managed the emissions
trading program in the Environmental Protection Agency before it became
Simon Fellow at the Property and Environment Research
Visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (2002-2003).
Winner of the Julian Simon Prize and Award (2007).