|Energy & Environmental Policy Faculty
John Byrne email@example.com
Director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy (CEEP) and Distinguished Professor of Energy & Climate Policy; Ph.D., University of Delaware, 1980. Climate change; political economy; technology, environment and society; sustainable development; energy & environmental justice. For his contributions to Working Group III of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) since 1992, he shares the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.
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Ralph J. Begleiter Ralph.Begleiter@udel.edu
Director, Center for Political Communication, Rosenberg Professor of Communication, Distinguished Journalist in Residence; and CEEP Senior Policy Fellow. Political communication of issues such as climate change and environmental policies. Communication among environmental scientists, activists, policymakers and the public.
Steven Hegedus firstname.lastname@example.org
Scientist, Institute of Energy Conversion, and CEEP Policy Fellow. Photovoltaic solar energy technology and applications, solar cell design and characterization; impact of federal and local energy policy on solar markets.
William Latham email@example.com
Director, Center for Applied Business & Economic Research; Associate Professor of Economics; Associate Professor of Urban Affairs and Public Policy; CEEP Senior Policy Fellow. Ph.D., University of Illinois, 1973. Economics of energy and environmental modeling, forecasting and impacts.
William F. Ritter firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor and Department Chair, Bioresources Engineering and CEEP Senior Policy Fellow; Ph.D., Iowa State University, 1971. Groundwater pollution; waste management; water quality modeling; surface water contamination; irrigation management.
Yda Schreuder email@example.com
Associate Professor, Department of Geography and CEEP Senior Policy Fellow; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1982. Global resources, development, and environment; sustainable development; growth management.
Christopher K. Williams firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor, Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology and CEEP Senior Policy Fellow; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, 2001. Wildlife populations and wildlife habitat interactions; wildlife issues at the state and federal levels; policy conflicts between energy and wildlife.
Cesar Cuello email@example.com
Professor, Santo Domingo Technological Institute and Universidad de Ciencias Sociales (Dominican Republic), and CEEP Policy Fellow; Ph.D., Delaware, 1997. Sustainable development; philosophy of science, technology, and society; environmental philosophy.
Steven M. Hoffman firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor and Director, Environmental Studies Program, University of St. Thomas (Minnesota), and CEEP Policy Fellow; Ph.D., University of Delaware, 1986. Technology and society; political economy; energy and environmental policy.
Jong-dall Kim email@example.com
Associate Professor and Director, Research Institute for Energy, Environment, and Economy, Kyungpuk National University (Korea), and CEEP Policy Fellow; Ph.D.,University of Delaware, 1991. Energy and environmental policy analysis; sustainable development; integrated resource planning.
Jung-Ku Kim firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor, Semyung University in Korea, and CEEP Policy Fellow; Ph.D., University of Delaware, 2005. Research fellow and the former director of Energy Conservation in Korea Energy Economics Institute (KEEI). Also former director of the Korea Policy Development Institute (KPDI) and research advisor to the Prime Minister of the South Korea. Energy economics; energy and environmental policy analysis; cost-benefit methods.
Vice Chair, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Dean of the College of the Environment, Keimyung University (Korea) and CEEP Distinguished Policy Fellow; Ph.D., Rutgers University, 1975. Past Co-Chair of IPCC Working Group III and former President of Korea Energy Economic Institute. He shares the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with the IPCC’s authors and review editors. Climate change policy; energy economics; environmental economics; energy and environmental policy analysis.
Subodh Wagle email@example.com
President, Prayas (environmental NGO located in Pune, India) and CEEP Policy Fellow; Ph.D., University of Delaware, 1996. Sustainable livelihoods; grassroots environmental movements; technology, environment and society; political economy.
Lisa Schulz lschulz@UDel.Edu
Gwen Looby glooby@UDel.Edu
Academic Support Coordinator
Impacts of shale boom in the U.S. and beyondIncreased shale production may not keep oil and gas prices down in the long-term as a prolonged price slump could tighten profit margins forcing energy companies to delay investment projects.
Frankensalmon: A growing concern over GMO farmed salmonAs the global economy continues to grow, there is an increasing demand for more protein in people’s daily diet.
Enhancing resiliency and adaptive capacity of indigenous peoples to climate change risks in PhilippinesDr. Manuta is the recipient of 2014 CEEP Alumni Achievement Award and will chair this year’s annual EEPSA Conference.
Dr. Byrne interviewed by South Korean TVIn November 2013, Dr. John Byrne visited S. Korea as a member of the advisory panel on improving Seoul’s energy self-sufficiency. He was also interviewed by Arirang TV, a S. Korean TV.
MEEP Student draws parallels between Triangle Factory and Karachi’s Ali Enterprises factory firesStudent draws parallels between Triangle Factory & Karachi's Ali Enterprises factory fires.