About Author: judsonpeck

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Judson Peck is a M.S. in Environmental Policy candidate at Bard CEP. He recently interned at the United Nations Development Program in Bangkok, Thailand, where he started research for his thesis, which assesses profitability of climate change adaptation investments using a case-study of small-scale farmers adopting drought-resistant rice seed in Laos.

Posts by judsonpeck

  • By Judson Peck, M.S. Environmental Policy ’15 Leaders are committed individuals who educate and inspire us to collectively take action to make change. What characteristics define leaders and what skills and […]

    Leadership in Vermont’s Sustainable Food Movement

    By Judson Peck, M.S. Environmental Policy ’15 Leaders are committed individuals who educate and inspire us to collectively take action to make change. What characteristics define leaders and what skills and […]

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  • By Judson Peck, M.S. Environmental Policy ’15 Tedious, frustrating weeks of trial and error to manipulate code for statistical software describes my first project for UNDP that resulted in an impressive […]

    Breaking the Code

    By Judson Peck, M.S. Environmental Policy ’15 Tedious, frustrating weeks of trial and error to manipulate code for statistical software describes my first project for UNDP that resulted in an impressive […]

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  • By Judson Peck, M.S. Environmental Policy ’15 “Mitigating and adapting to climate change is entirely compatible with pursuing development.” – Helen Clark, UNDP Administrator UNDP and Climate Change Efforts to tackle climate […]

    Time to Adapt

    By Judson Peck, M.S. Environmental Policy ’15 “Mitigating and adapting to climate change is entirely compatible with pursuing development.” – Helen Clark, UNDP Administrator UNDP and Climate Change Efforts to tackle climate […]

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