CEP Faculty

Distinguished full-time and affiliated faculty are researchers in diverse fields relating to environmental policy. Our faculty are passionate teachers who are committed to the program’s vision of leadership and environmental education.
Jennifer G. Phillips

Jennifer G. Phillips

Bard Center for Environmental Policy
B.S., Hunter College; M.S., Ph.D. in Soil, Crop, and Atmosphere Science, Cornell University. Previous to joining Bard CEP, she was a researcher at the International Research Institute for Climate Prediction, Columbia University, and NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies. Expertise in the impact of climate change and variability on farming systems, communication and perception of climate information for farm management, and sustainable farming systems. After eight years of research in eastern and southern Africa, she worked with farmers in eastern New York State on climate risk management, adaptation to climate change, and sustainability in the face of extreme climate events. Current interests include pasture-based livestock systems, carbon storage and management in agroecosystems, and rhizosphere processes. Articles in Agricultural Systems, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Climatology, and International Journal of Climatology; and several book chapters.

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Phone: 845-758-7845
E-mail: phillips@bard.edu
Office: Hegeman 004