Barry Green, Ph.D.

Environmental Economist

Barry Green is a Lecturer in the College of Business and Economics at the University of Idaho. He is a past recipient of a U. S. Fulbright Scholars Award for Bolivia (2017-2018), where he continued research on Economic Compensation for Environmental Damages in Mining in Developing Countries. Previously, Dr. Green led environmental work for the United Nations Development Programme in Afghanistan, Papua New Guinea, and Uzbekistan, conducted field work for The Earth Institute at Columbia University, in gold mines in Tanzania, and Guinea, and was the Environmental Officer for the U. S. Peace Keeping Troops in the Former Yugoslavia. Additionally, Dr. Green served in Peace Corps Response (Guyana), and Peace Corps (Ecuador and St. Lucia).

Barry Green, Ph.D.