Barry Green, Ph.D.
Barry Green is an independent researcher currently working on the topic of Economic Compensation for Environmental Damages in Mining in Developing Countries from a historical perspective. He is a past recipient of a U. S. Fulbright Scholars Award for Bolivia (2017-2018), where he conducted research on Economic Compensation for Environmental Damages in Mining in Developing Countries on a current mining operation. Previously, Dr. Green was an Environmental Consultant in Afghanistan, a Program Specialist in Papua New Guinea, and an Environmental Program Officer in Uzbekistan, all for the United Nations Development Programme. Also, he 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).