Woodrow (“Woody”) Clark has been very busy employing the skills from his UIUC anthropology masters degree, along with his doctorate from the University of California, Berkeley and other advanced degrees, as an advocate for the environment, renewable energy, and sustainable communities.
Dr. Clark was one of the contributing scientists to the work of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change which as an organization was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in December 2007. In 2004, he founded, and now manages, Clark Strategic Partners (CSP), an environmental and renewable energy consulting firm using his political and economic expertise in order to guide, advice and implements public and private clients worldwide – specifically on sustainable smart green communities of all kinds ranging from colleges and universities to shopping malls, office buildings and film studios.
Dr. Clarks’ five books and numerous peer-reviewed articles reflect that concern for global sustainable communities. His last book is Global Energy Innovations (Praeger Press, November 2011), which addresses the “green industrial revolution.” He explains his work as being the solutions to climate change through public policy, science and technologies, economics and finance. He also teaches graduate courses in these areas throughout the USA and internationally. Currently, Woody also serves as Academic Specialist, UCLA Provost Office and Cross-Disciplinary Scholars in Science and Technology.
Please visit the CSP website to learn more about these excellent initiatives in sustainability.