Brad Gentry is the Senior Associate Dean for Professional Practice at the Yale School of the Environment, a Professor in the Practice at the Yale School of Management and a Director of the Yale Center for Business and the Environment. Trained as a biologist and a lawyer, his work focuses on strengthening the links between private investment and improved environmental performance. He has worked on land, water, energy, industrial and other projects in over 40 countries for private (GE, Suez Environnement, Working Lands Investment Partners), public (UNDP, World Bank, Secretariat for the Climate Change Convention) and not-for-profit (Land Trust Alliance, The Trust for Public Land, the Elmina B. Sewall Foundation) organizations. He holds a BA from Swarthmore College and a JD from Harvard Law School. See full profile →
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