Brooks, David - from Canada | United States
Country of meeting: in the year 2018
Is a natural resource economist whose main interests lie in the linkages between environmental protection and the use of minerals, energy and water. Founding director of the Canadian Office of Energy Conservation, he subsequently worked with Energy Probe and Friends of the Earth Canada.
David was educated in geology at MIT and Cal Tech and received a PhD in economics at the University of Colorado. He has worked in the United States, numerous developing countries and Canada. Much of his research has focused on sustainable alternatives for conventional energy and water policies including water demand management in Israel and Palestine on which he has authored several books.
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