Henry Pollack

Henry Pollack, PhD and his colleagues on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with former vice president Al Gore. Dr. Pollack has been a professor of geophysics at the University of Michigan for more than forty years, travels regularly to Antarctica, and has conducted scientific research on all seven continents. He now serves as a science advisor to Al Gore’s Climate Project. The author A World Without Ice and Uncertain Science . . . Uncertain World, he lives in Ann Arbor.

 

To learn more about Dr. Henry Pollack, visit his University of Michigan profile

 

Published work

A World Without Ice (Avery, October 2009); Uncertain Science…Uncertain World (Cambridge University Press, 2003)


Speaking Engagements

Henry Pollack is an accomplished speaker able to present on topics ranging from climate change to energy resource management to the role of uncertainty in science.  Click here to view his resume. If you would like to book Henry Pollack as a speaker or are interested in receiving more information, please contact query@gillianmackenzieagency.com