Clean Technology 2009

Corrie Clark

Corrie Clark

Environmental Policy Analyst and Sustainable Systems Engineer
Argonne National Laboratory

Dr. Corrie Clark is an Environmental Policy Analyst and Sustainable Systems Engineer with Argonne National Laboratory where she develops solutions that combine engineering, finance, and policy to solve complex environmental challenges. Her research interests include green infrastructure, high performance sustainable buildings, renewable energy systems, and environmental policy and management. Dr. Clark graduated from the University of Michigan with a joint degree in environmental engineering and natural resources where she was recognized as a Graham Graduate Fellow for her interdisciplinary research into green roof systems. Her work included the development of a cost-benefit analysis tool and a probabilistic model to quantify the fate and transport of atmospheric pollutants in green roof systems to inform green roof policy design. Dr. Clark also earned a MSE in environmental engineering from the University of Michigan and a BS in chemical engineering from the University of Virginia.

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