Chair of the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment and is a Principal for the Global Environment Technology Foundation
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About Robert Corell
Bob Corell serves as Chair of the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment and is a Principal for the Global Environment Technology Foundation.
Dr. Robert W. Corell is a Principal at the Global Environment Technology Foundation and Leads its Center for Energy and Climate Solutions. He has several academic appointments: Senior Fellow, College of Arts and Science and its School of Environment, Arts and Society, Florida International University and Professor II at the Research Institute at the University of the Arctic.
He is the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Digital Universe Foundation and Vice Chancellor of the Academy of Science and Arts. He is a Member of the Modeling Team at Climate Interactive Initiative, Co-Chair of Phase II of the Global Energy Assessment (GEA) and Lead Author of GEA’s Chapter 3 on Environment and Energy.
He is Founder in 2008 and Chair of the Global Climate Action Initiative established to assist international negotiators (US, China, Indonesia, etc.) in the UNFCCC and beyond processes and in 2010, Dr. Corell founded the non-profit Global Science Associates, an interdisciplinary nucleus for the world’s best science experts and collaboratories.
He lead the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (2005) and most recently lead a comprehensive study of governance issues in the circumpolar Arctic, the recommendations of which were adopted in May 2011 by the Arctic Council consisting of the eight ministers of foreign affairs of the eight Arctic nations.Share This