Vice president for programs at the Worldwatch Institute
Robert Engelman is vice president for programs at the Worldwatch Institute, an environmental research organization based in Washington, DC. He directs the institute’s research and specializes in his own work on population, reproductive health, climate change, food security, and public health. In 2009 he was lead author of the United Nations Population Fund’s State of World Population 2009 report.
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