Global Climate and Energy Lead Scientist, Global Science
Chris came to WWF from 2° Investing Initiative, where he led analysis and methodology development on climate-related risk and opportunities in investment portfolios. Prior to 2° Investing Initiative, he served as Senior Research Associate at the World Resources Institute, as a consultant to the UNEP Finance Initiative, and consulted on corporate sustainability for several Fortune 500 companies for Enviance, Inc. Earlier in his career Dr. Weber served as research professor at Carnegie Mellon University and as research staff member at the Science and Technology Policy Institute in Washington, DC, where he advised the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy on climate, energy, environmental and innovation policy issues. Chris holds an M.S. in civil & environmental engineering and a Ph.D. in civil & environmental engineering and engineering and public policy from Carnegie Mellon University. Chris is based in Washington, DC.
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Global Climate and Energy Lead Scientist
- M.S. in civil & environmental engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
- Ph.D. in civil & environmental engineering and engineering and public policy, Carnegie Mellon University