Anne Howland Ehrlich
Ms. Ehrlich is the Associate Director and Policy Coordinator at Stanford University’s Center for Conservation Biology. Ehrlich has carried out research and co-authored many technical articles in population biology. She also has written extensively on issues of public concern, such as population stabilization, environmental protection, and environmental consequences of nuclear war. From 1981 to 2000, she taught a course in environmental policy for Stanford’s Human Biology Program. Since 2000, she has co-taught a freshman seminar course on environmental policy. She has co-authored more than ten books, including The Population Explosion (Simon & Schuster, 1990); Healing the Planet (Addison-Wesley, 1991); The Stork and the Plow (G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1995); Betrayal of Science and Reason (Island Press, 1996); One with Nineveh(Island Press, 2004); and The Dominant Animal (Island Press, 2008). She served as one of seven outside consultants to the White House Council on Environmental Quality’s Global 2000 Report(1980). In 1994-95, she served on a task group for academics and scientists for the President’s Commission on Sustainable Development. She has served on the board of a wide range of organizations and currently serves on the boards of the Pacific Institute for Studies in Environment, Development, and Security (since 1988) and the New-Land Foundation (since 2002).