Dr Ankur DeSai
Professor & Department chair in Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences
Ankur Desai is also Reid Bryson Professor of Climate, People, and Environment with the Nelson Institute Center for Climatic Research, both at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
His lab studies how organisms and abiotic features in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems influence and are influenced by climate and weather and how those effects change as you scale from plot to landscape to globe. We specialize in making long-term, ecosystem-atmosphere observations of emission or uptake of carbon, energy, and water, in particular using eddy covariance flux towers.
Director of the Dane County Office of energy and climate change
Kathy has almost 30 years of experience helping businesses and residents adopt sustainable practices. Prior to joining Dane County, Kathy led Cool Choices where she worked with local governments and private businesses on sustainability efforts for about ten years. Before that she led Focus on Energy, Wisconsin's statewide energy efficiency and renewable energy program.
Kathy has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota, a Master’s from UW-Madison, and a reputation for getting results.
Owner & Webmaster of 10001ways.com
Bob is owner and webmaster of 10001ways.com an evironmental newsfeed & blog and admin of theconnectiondane.org a website dedicated to high school environmentalists. He was a Community Organizer for Citizens Opportunity Services in the 1970s, Training Director for Auer Steel a multi-state distributor of HVAC supplies and systems and holds a Masters Degree in Adult Education from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. He has also consulted with local business on the development of sustainability plans.