Paul F. Wagner
Paul Wagner serves as the Deputy Associate Director of an ecosystems research program and also teaches courses on climate change and climate adaptation. Previously, Paul worked on a wide variety of global change science and policy issues at the Institute for Water Resources. In 2014, Paul was detailed to the White House Council on Environmental Quality where he served as a Deputy Associate Director for Climate Adaptation and Resilience, working on and leading initiatives under President Obama’s Climate Action Plan. He has also worked as a landscape ecologist for the Environmental Protection Agency and as an aquatic ecologist for The Nature Conservancy. He received his Ph.D. in Biology from Virginia Tech in 2001.
- Climate Change Adaptation
- A new course teaches sustainability students how to manage risk, rationally
- Helping the Everglades’ mangrove forests survive climate change
- Saving the American French fry: climate change impacts on agriculture
- Virginia Beach: bracing for local impact of global climate change
- Climate adaptation strategies in times of COVID-19