Kenneth P. Green, Ph.D

Kenneth P. Green, Ph.D

Scholar

Environmental Studies

Kenneth Green, an environmental scientist by training, has studied public policy involving risk, regulation, and the environment for more than 16 years at public policy research institutions across North America. He is the author of numerous policy studies, magazine articles, newspaper columns, encyclopedia and book chapters, and even wrote a textbook for middle-school students entitled Global Warming: Understanding the Debate. Ken has testified before regulatory and legislative bodies at both state and federal levels, and speaks frequently to the public and in the media. Ken has twice served as an expert reviewer for the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Experience
– Executive Director, Environmental Literacy Council, 2005-2006
– Chief Scientist, Director of Centre for Studies in Risk, Regulation, and Environment, Fraser Institute, 2002-2005
– Chief Scientist, Director of Environmental Program, Reason Foundation, 1994-2002
– Expert Reviewer, United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Working Group 1, 2001
– Member, California Departmental Transportation Advisory Committee, 1996-2001
– Member, California REACH Commission, 1996-99
– Environmental Program Analyst/Writer, Hughes Aircraft Company Corporate Office, 1990-94

Education
D.Env., environmental science and engineering, University of California, Los Angeles
M.S., molecular genetics, San Diego State University
B.S., biology, University of California, Los Angeles