Robert Singer is Principal Project Manager for Ecology & Environment, a Buffalo, New York state company which "specializes internationally in climate change issues, particularly carbon dioxide capture and sequestration."
A 2008 biographical note states that Singer "with an educational background in aquatic ecology and work experience in environmental impact assessment and restoration. In the past three years, Dr. Singer has led his company’s efforts to identify sites for the sequestration of carbon dioxide in the eastern United States. He also works on permitting and environmental impact assessments for coal-burning electric utilities and advanced technology gasification projects. Dr. Singer received a biology degree, a Masters degree in zoology and a Doctorate in ecology from the University of Illinois. He formerly worked as a professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Colgate University." He was involved in promoting the proposed clean coal demonstration project in Jamestown, New York.
- Jamestown Board of Public Utilities, "Western New York Scientists and Technical Experts to Explain BPU Power Plant Project at October 1 Ward One Meeting at C.C. Ring School Auditorium", Media Release, September 26, 2008.
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