University: Florida Atlantic University
Current University Expertise:
Dr. Leonard Berry is the founder and director for the Florida Center for Environmental Studies and the FAU Climate Change Initiative and is a professor of geography at Florida Atlantic University. Dr. Berry has worked on environmental and development training programs for USAID, UNSO, and UNEP, and worked for the World Bank in a number of capacities. He is currently the principle investigator on several ongoing projects including a Florida Department of Transportation project assessing the impacts of sea level rise on transportation infrastructure and a Florida State University System funded project creating a climate change task force for the State of Florida. His other research interests include effective information systems for natural resource management and environmental education, renewable energy, and sustainability issues. Dr. Berry has worked on hydrological issues in Africa, South America and the United States. He is a core member of the Inter American Water Resources Network, The Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact's sea level rise technical working group, and chairs the board of the WaterWeb Consortium, an international water information group.
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