Isabel G.W. Gottlieb

Isabel G.W. Gottlieb is a Technology Verification Research Program Manager at the American Wind Wildlife Institute. Isabel began working in wildlife conservation in 2006 and has studied birds, mammals, herpetofauna, invertebrates, and plant communities across the United States, in Costa Rica, and in Tanzania. She is a conservation biologist/ecologist with an interest in the intersection between wildlife conservation and renewable energy development. She currently conducts research on technologies intended to reduce the risk of collision for birds and bats at wind energy facilities.

Costs And Benefits Of Bioenergy Alternatives For Birds

A predicament the United States faces is the simultaneous threat of climate change and the rising energy demands of its growing population. This, in combination with the economics and politics surrounding crude oil production, has created a national interest in […]