USA

Prof. Mickey GLANTZ

Mickey has been a Senior Scientist since 1983. He has been writing climate-related editorials for many years, first for Boulder’s Daily Camera, and now for his own blog Fragile Ecologies. He is interested in how climate affects society and how society affects climate, and especially how climate anomalies and human activities interact to affect quality of life issues.

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Prof. Sander VAN DER LEEUW

Dutch archaeologist and historian who has managed trans-disciplinary projects on complex systems and sustainability for 25 years.

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Prof. Adrian V. GHEORGHE

Dr. Adrian V. Gheorghe is Professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, at Old Dominion University, Virginia, USA since March 2006.
During 1990 -1993, he was a civil servant with the International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria working in the field of comparative risk assessment of various energy systems, and regional risk assessment of nuclear and industrial systems.  During 1993 – 2006, he was director with the Centre of Excellence on Risk and Safety Sciences, and Senior Scientist, with the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland and Professor of Operations Research and Decision Analysis. Dr. Gheorghe’s current research interests include Energy Systems Governance, Cyber Security, Serious Gaming, and Resilience Theory.

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Prof. Ilan CHABAY

The overarching frame of my work is understanding how to facilitate societal transformations toward just, equitable, and sustainable futures. I am especially interested in how knowledge production, learning processes, and collective behavior change interact in different societies and how that relates to sustainable futures. This is also the mission of the international research and action alliance on Knowledge, Learning, and Societal Change (www.KLASICA.org), which I chair. Under this framework I seek to improve the capacity of stakeholders to make informed and effective decisions on their futures.

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