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Get to Know Board Member, Jesse H. Ausubel

By Human Progress Team @HumanProgress

Jesse H. AusubelĀ is Director of the Program for the Human Environment and Senior Research Associate at The Rockefeller University in New York City.

Jesse Ausubel has authored and edited over 150 articles, reports, and books. He co-authored the 1989 paper “Dematerialization” that opened the study of this subject and in 1991 published the first paper on the concept of “decarbonization” of the energy system.

Educated at Harvard and Columbia, Jesse Ausubel serves on several editorial boards, including The Journal of Industrial Ecology, and is a University Fellow of Resources for the Future and an adjunct faculty member of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, where he has conducted studies since 1991.

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