Peter Warshall

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Peter Warshall Editor-At-Large, Whole Earth Magazine

"In addition to his role as Editor-At-Large with Whole Earth, he is the founder of Peter Warshall and Associates a consulting firm specializing in complex economic/ecological systems, especially those that impact water resources and wildlife populations. Clients have included Volvo, Senco, Clorox, Trygg Hansa, SAS Airlines, and other companies; United Nations High Commission for Refugees, and USAID; the Tohono O'odham nation and Apache Survival Coalition; municipal, state and federal governments (eleven in African nations) and non-governmental organizations.

"With an academic background in biology and anthropology, Warshall works globally with highly diverse people and ecosystems. His expertise includes natural history, natural resource management (especially watersheds, wastewater, and wildlife), conservation biology, biodiversity assessments, environmental impact analysis, and conflict resolution and consensus building between divergent economic and cultural special interest groups. He has worked in Africa for various organizations and in Arizona for several Native American tribes and as an adjunct research scientist with the Office of Arid Lands Studies (University of Arizona). Warshall has a special interest in producers of commodities (loggers, farmers, ranchers, fishermen, miners) as they are the link between the materials flows of our economy and the natural world." [1]

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  1. Directors, Cached Page (2007), accessed October 15, 2008.
  2. Directors, Northern Jaguar Project, accessed December 2, 2008.
  3. National Advisory Board, Sustainable Settings, accessed December 8, 2011.