Location: Campbellville, ON, Canada
Roger Hansell has been involved in environmental projects since the 1950s. He was jointly a professor in the Institute for Environmental Studies and the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (Zoology) at the University of Toronto, Canada. Having secured a reputation of distinction and prominence for his expertise in ecology and teaching, and for his background as an associate director of environmental studies and human behavior, Dr. Hansell strives for excellence in his endeavors while conducting research that extends from the problems of integrating ecology with economics, the theory of stability in complex systems, and practical measures to adapt cities for climate change.
Dr. Hansell is the co-founder of the noble Foundation for Environmental Peace in Kolkatta, India, and the Executive Director of the Noble Institution for Environmental Peace. He served as the director for the Toronto Graduate Program of Toxicology for six years, and as the Associate Director of Research for the Institute for Environmental Studies, where he is currently the acting Director. Dr. Hansell is the co-editor of the Scholarly Journal of Environmental Peace, a visiting professor at the Netaji Institute in Kolkatta and the State University of São Paulo.
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