Thomas E. Lovejoy
Professor, Biocomplexity and Ecology
George Mason University
BSc and PhD in Biology, Yale University. Formerly: Assistant Secretary and Counselor to the Secretary, Smithsonian Institution; Science Adviser to the Secretary of the Interior; Executive Vice-President, World Wildlife Fund; Chief Biodiversity Adviser and Lead Specialist for the Environment, Latin America and the Caribbean, World Bank; Senior Adviser to the President, United Nations Foundation. Joined The Heinz Center and currently, President. Founder, Nature public television series. Served on science and environmental councils or committees under the Reagan, Bush and Clinton administrations. Recipient of the Tyler Award for Environmental Achievement.