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Roger Sathre

Chief Scientist

Roger’s experience spans from scientific research in the laboratory to emergency relief in refugee camps. He has worked for over a decade with non-governmental organizations in African countries including Sudan, Angola and Mozambique, where he was responsible for the design, operation, evaluation and reporting of emergency humanitarian programs.

Formerly a Research Scientist with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), Roger conducted prospective life-cycle system modeling of the energy, environmental and economic implications of eventual large-scale deployment of emerging energy technologies.

Roger is also Adjunct Professor at Linnaeus University in Växjö, Sweden. He works with the Sustainable Built Environment research group, conducting life-cycle system analysis focused on appropriate management of natural resources for energy security and climate change mitigation.

Roger’s educational background includes PhD in Environmental Sciences from Mid Sweden University, MSc in Forestry from University of Idaho, and BSc in Civil Engineering from Northwestern University.

He has travelled widely, and has lived and worked in eight countries on three continents. Roger currently lives in Berkeley with his family.

A list of Roger’s publications can be found here.