Why have energy and climate change become central to the political agenda and the upcoming presidential election?
Kammen is a professor in Berkeley’s Energy and Resources Group, a professor of public policy in the Goldman School of Public Policy, and a professor of nuclear engineering in the department of nuclear engineering. His research combines environmental science, risk analysis, design and development of clean energy technologies and systems, and economic and policy analysis of science and technology, energy futures, and international development. His work impacts policy in the U.S. and abroad, charting viable pathways to social and environmental sustainability. Kammen advises the U.S.
Nacht holds the Thomas and Alison Schneider Chair in Public Policy in the Goldman School of Public Policy. An expert in U.S. national security and foreign policy, and management strategies for public organizations, Nacht is the author or co-author of six books and more than 80 book chapters and journal articles in these fields. He has twice held U.S. Senate-confirmed positions in national security policy.