Senior Researcher at the Worldwatch Institute, State of the World Co-Director
Tom Prugh is a senior researcher at the Worldwatch Institute and was formerly editor in chief of World Watch magazine. His interests include energy, ecological economics, and the links between governance forms and sustainability. He is the lead author of Natural Capital and Human Economic Survival (with Robert Costanza, Herman Daly, John H. Cumberland, Robert Goodland and Richard B. Norgaard) and The Local Politics of Global Sustainability (with Robert Costanza and Herman Daly), as well as a chapter for a forthcoming book on the Alberta Climate Dialogues. Tom spent nine years at the U.S. Energy Information Administration before joining Worldwatch.
Can a City Be Sustainable? (State of the World): Cities and Greenhouse Gas Emissions: The Scope of the Challenge, Rural-Urban Migration, Lifestyles, and Deforestation