Woodrow W. Clark II


Dr. Woodrow Clark is an internationally renowned author, lecturer, public speaker and the advocate specialized in sustainable communities. He earned three Masters degrees from different universities, and a PhD from the University of California, Berkley. Dr Clark is the author of seven books and over one hundred peer-reviewed articles in which he underlines his worries for globally sustainable communities. Dr Clark is an academic specialist, and multi-disciplinary scholar in the areas of science and technology at the University of UCLA.

Dr. Woodrow W. Clark received Doctor Honoris Causa for his outstanding contribution in the field of climate change and renewable energy in particular due to his co-authorship and co-editorship for Third Report by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) from 1995-2000 which, as an organization, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in December 2007.

Megatrend University as an Social responsible University recognized Dr. Clark`s  outstanding work in raising awareness and addressing the impacts of climate change on the nation’s valuable natural resources and for those reasons awarded him an Honorary Doctorate in 2014. His science directly addresses on-the-ground, real-time needs of natural and cultural resource managers and human communities, enhancing their capacity for adaptive management in a changing climate. Dr. Clark’s passion, knowledge and dedication to mitigating climate change is an true inspiration for all.