Robert Corell 罗伯特·W·科里尔
Robert W. Corell (born November 4, 1934, in Detroit, Michigan)is an American global climate scientist, Principal for the Global Environment Technology Foundation,and Leads its Center for Energy and Climate Solutions, an Ambassador for ClimateWorks, Professor II at the University of the Arctic’s new Institute of Circumpolar Reindeer Husbandry and a Professor II at the University of Tromso.
He is a Partner of the Sustainability Institute and its C-ROADS Climate Interactive Initiative, and Head of US Office for the Global Energy Assessment.
In 1996 he was Awarded Brazilian Order of Scientific Merit by the President of Brazil.
In 2003 a Mountain region in Antarctic was named the “Corell Cirque” in his honor.
He has several academic appointments:
Senior Faculty Fellow, College of Arts and Science and its School of Environment, Arts and Society, Florida International University.
北极EALAT研究所和北极大学ll教授，挪威(2009 – 2012)。
Professor II at both the University of the Arctic’s EALÁT Institute and held the Arctic Chair at the University of Tromsø, Norway (2009-2012).
He was appointed Vice Chancellor of the Academy of Science and Art in 2012。
He is a Member of the Modeling Team at Climate Interactive Initiative, Council Member of the Global Energy Assessment (GEA) and Lead Author of GEA’s Chapter 3 on Environment and Energy and Co-Chair of Phase II of the GEA。
He is Founder in 2008 and Chair of the Global Climate Action Initiative established to assist international negotiators (US, China, Indonesia, etc.) in the UNFCCC and beyond processes and in 2010.
Dr. Corell founded the non-profit Global Science Associates, an interdisciplinary nucleus for the world’s best science experts and collaboratories.
He lead the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (2005) and most recently lead a comprehensive study of governance issues in the circumpolar Arctic.
In 2013, head chaired and was the lead author of the 2013 UNEP Year Book on “The View from the Top Searching for Responses to a Rapidly Changing Arctic”.
Corell, R.W., Lead Author, UNEP Year Book, View from the Top: Searching for responses to a rapidly changing Arctic (2013).
He was recognized with the other scientists for the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for his work with the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) assessments and in 2010, Dr. Corell was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Veterinarian Medicine by the Norges Veterinærhøgskole (Norwegian School of Veterinarian Science).
Dr. Corell is actively engaged in research concerned with the sciences of global change and the interface between science and public policy, particularly research activities that are focused on global and regional climate change, related environmental issues, and science to facilitate understanding of vulnerability and sustainable development。
Dr. Corell was Assistant Director for Geosciences at the National Science Foundation where he had oversight for the Atmospheric, Earth, Ocean Sciences, Polar Programs and was Chair for over a decade of the United States Global Change Research Program reporting to the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Dr. Corell is an oceanographer and engineer by background and training, having received Ph.D., M.S., and B.S. degrees at Case Western Reserve University and MIT with PhD graduate studies in oceanography at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
He has also held appointments at the Woods Hole Institution of Oceanography, the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, the University of Washington, and Case Western Reserve University.
He has published several dozen peer-reviewed articles and book chapters during the past decade, a recent example is the section of the book, “2052 – A Global Forecast for the Next Forty Years” by Jorgen Randers, that provides mid-century global climate projections.
He joined the H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics and the Environmentin 2006 as Vice President for Programs and Policy (until Jan. 2010).
Dr. Corell served as an Affiliate of the Washington Advisory Group and is a Senior Policy Fellow at the Policy Program of the American Meteorological Society.
He recently completed an appointment that began in January 2000 as a Senior Research Fellow in the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.
Dr. Robert Corell has been quoted in the Washington Post, Vanity Fair, Golf Digest, CBS News’ 60 Minutes, and many additional public media outlets such as Skavla.
He co-chairs an international strategic planning group that is developing a strategy designed to harness science, technology, and innovation for
Serves as the Chair of the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment;
Counsels as Senior Science Advisor to ManyOne.Net;
Chair of the Board of the Digital Universe Foundation.
Dr. Corell was Assistant Director for Geosciences at the National Science Foundation where he had oversight for the Atmospheric, Earth, and Ocean Sciences and the global change programs of the National Science Foundation (NSF).
He was also a professor and academic administrator at the University of New Hampshire. Dr. Corell is an oceanographer and engineer by background and training, having received Ph.D., M.S., and B.S. degrees at Case Western Reserve University and MIT.