For over two decades, Iddo Wernick has worked in the field of industrial ecology - the study of human economic activity as an integral part of ecological systems. An applied physicist by training, Dr. Wernick received his PhD from Columbia University. He continues teach graduate level courses in industrial Ecology and has presented work to governments and universities around the world. He co-founded Ecos Technologies, an environmental knowledge management software venture, and served as a project leader at the World Resources Institute in Washington, DC. Dr. Wernick has also worked as a clinical medical physicist. Currently, he continues to study the evolution of technological systems and their effect on the human environment at the Program for the Human Environment at Rockefeller University. He currently teaches courses about Industrial Ecology and Energy Systems in the Masters in Sustainability program at the City College of New York.
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