Dr. Joan Alberich
Dr. Joan Alberich graduated with a PhD in geography; His research includes “Methods and Techniques for the Study of Population;” Demographic Studies; His main researches are about the geography of population, commuting and use of space, internal migration and its causes and population projections. In his teaching career, he has taught (or currently teaches) the undergraduate degrees Social and Cultural Geography and Spatial Planning and Tourism classes, as well as the master in Migration and Social Medicine.
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Dr Jianguo (Jack) Liu
Dr. Jianguo Liu, or Jack, received post doctoral study at Harvard University. His focus is on human-nature dynamics and their relation to environmental change/impacts. In his resume, which is 50 pages long mind you, he has been published or interviewed countless times oh the relationships of people and their environments.
Jeni Klugman is the Director of the UN Development Programme’s Human Development Report Office. She has her PhD in economics and is published in the 2009 Coordination Meeting on International Migration at United Nation’s Headquarters in New York.
Stewart Brand is the founder of Whole Earth Catalog, cofounder of both The Well and the Global Business Network; and authored The Whole Earth Discipline. Stewart has helped to define the collaborative, data-sharing, forward-thinking world we live in now; He persuaded NASA to release the first ever image of Earth from space. His interests include cataloguing cultures, languages, migrant communities, and he is fascinated in relating civilizations to environments;
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Dr. David Carr
Dr. David Carr is a professor at the University of California in Santa Barbara. His main research is on the human dimensions of global environmental change; This includes land use/cover change, conservation, migration, fertility, health, rural poverty, and development;