"Andrew Light, Ph.D., is a Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress specializing in international climate and science policy, and a professor at George Mason University where he is director of the Center for Global Ethics. He leads CAP’s work on international climate issues including participation in the Global Climate Network and efforts involving the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change meetings...
"In addition to this work, he maintains an active body of research on the social implications of new and emerging technologies, such as nanotechnology and synthetic biology. On all of these topics, he has authored, co-authored, and edited 17 books including: Environmental Values (2008); Philosophy and Design (2008); Controlling Technology (2005); Environmental Ethics (2003); Moral and Political Reasoning in Environmental Practice (2003); Technology and the Good Life? (2000); and Environmental Pragmatism (1996). Light is also co-editor of the journal Ethics, Policy, and Environment..." 
- Advisory Council, Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico
Resources and articles
- Andrew Light, Center for American Progress, accessed September 26, 2011.