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Woodrow W. Clark II, MA3, Ph.D. is a Qualitative Economist known internationally as a keynote speaker, scholar and expert in the science of economics, renewable energy, and smart green cities that are sustainable communities.
Dr. Clark was one of the contributing scientists to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (UNIPCC), which as an organization that was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in December 2007. His first company was formed when Clark was 14 in Connecticut USA called Wayne-Wood Nurseries. Then after his Ph.D. from UC Berkeley, he formed his second company, Clark Communications, a mass media company in San Francisco, which he re-launched as Clark Mass Media Corp (CM2C) in Beverly Hills in 2012. In the 1990s, Clark was Managing Director for Energy Technology Transfer at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL).
From 2000-2003, due to the California Energy Crisis, but while a Visiting Professor at AAlborg University, Denmark, Clark was recruited to be the Renewable Energy, Emerging Technologies and Finance Advisor to California Governor Gray Davis. He was promoted to be the Deputy Director for the Governor’s Office of Policy and Research (OPR). In 2004, Clark formed his own company, Clark Strategic Partners, a full service environmental and renewable energy, technologies, economics, consulting firm and also completed eleven (11) books by Spring 2016 with three updated books in 2016-2017. Several books are on sustainable communities, The Next Economics (Springer Press, 2012); The Green Industrial Revolution (Elsevier Press, 2014 and in Mandarin by the Chinese Electricity Press 2015) and Smart Green Cities (Routledge Press, March 2016). He has over 60 peer-reviewed articles published.
Dr. Woodrow Clark II, has been a professor at UCLA, UC Davis and UC Riverside as well as Pepperdine University as a lecturer and keynote talks around the world including Denmark, Italy and China. He writes for Huffington Post and is on the board for one public company and three (3) Newcos as well as an active member in the Producers Guild of America (PGA) Green Committee. In 2016, he became a member of the UN G20 which due the UN Conference in Paris December 2015, that formed in 2016, the B20 Financial Task Force, sponsored by China) and then in 2017 B20 Finance and Infrastructure Task Force sponsored by Germany. Clark writes articles in the Energy Review Journal (ERJ) and appointed to its Editorial Board (July 2016) in Beijing.
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