Adam Markham

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Adam Markham, Chief Executive Officer of Clean Air-Cool Planet.

"Before being appointed as CA-CP’s founding Executive Director in February, 2000, Adam directed the World Wildlife Fund's (WWF) international climate campaign, based in Washington DC. He spent 12 years with WWF, based in Switzerland and then the US, and in addition to his climate work helped design and manage campaigns on tropical forests and on toxic chemicals. Mr. Markham received his B.Sc. (hons.) from the University of Wales at Swansea, in the UK, where he studied zoology. He worked as a journalist and then on acid rain and ozone layer campaigns for Friends of the Earth in London. He has written and edited several books including A Brief History of Pollution (St. Martins) and Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Tropical Forest Ecosystems (Kluwer). He was a contributing author to the forest impacts chapter of the 1995 IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) report, contributed material on biodiversity impacts of climate change to the US National Assessment and has published on climate change and biodiversity in journals including Bioscience, Climate Research, Climatic Change and Parks." [1]

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  1. Adam Markham, Clean Air-Cool Planet, accessed February 18, 2008.