Research Associate, Program for the Human Environment at The Rockefeller University
For nearly two decades, Iddo Wernick has worked in the field of industrial ecology - the study of industrial activity as an integral part of ecological systems - in developing methods and indicators useful in formulating public policy and commercial applications. An applied physicist by training, Dr. Wernick received his PhD from Columbia University and has taught courses at Yeshiva University and Columbia University. He was a co-founder of Ecos Technologies, an environmental knowledge management software venture, and served as a project leader at the World Resources Institute in Washington, DC. Dr. Wernick also worked for 5 years as a clinical medical physicist in New York City. Currently, He is a Research Associate of the Program for the Human Environment at The Rockefeller University and teaches courses on Industrial Ecology and Energy Systems in the Masters in Sustainability program at the City College of New York. He lives with his wife and eight children in New Jersey.
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