Kenneth P. Green is Senior Director, Energy and Natural Resource Studies at the Fraser Institute. He has studied environmental, energy, and natural resource policy for more than 20 years at think-tanks across North America including the Reason Foundation in Los Angeles; the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC; and previously at the Fraser Institute, where he ran the Centre for Risk, Regulation and the Environment.
A frequent commentator in North American print and broadcast media, Dr. Green has testified before several state and federal legislative bodies in the United States including committees and subcommittees of the House of Representatives and Senate. He twice reviewed reports for the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and is also the author of two textbooks: Global Warming: Understanding the Debate, for middle-school students studying climate change, andAbundant Energy: The Fuel of Human Flourishing, for post-secondary studies in energy policy.
Dr. Green holds a Bachelor's Degree in Biology from UCLA, a Master's in Molecular Genetics from San Diego State University, and a Doctorate in Environmental Science and Engineering, also from UCLA.