Paul Senker (2011-2012)

“There are countless lessons to learn from Konrad von Moltke's work, and in this pivotal moment in environmental policymaking, they are now more important than ever. I am thrilled by this tremendous opportunity to develop my career as an environmental decision maker in an international context.”

Paul Senker joined Ecologic Institute as a Transatlantic Fellow in 2011. Through his prior international experience he has developed a sense of globalism that he finds indispensible in any discourse addressing the public good, including environmental policy. With his interests in international climate change policy, a field constantly hindered by domestic economic interests, Paul is inspired by Konrad von Moltke’s vision of environmental policy as a constructive, pluralistic force. Paul hopes to be able to take the lessons he learns from his fellowship and put them to use back to the United States. Read more: Biography, Video testimonial