As a practiced ecologist, educator, and mother of two girls, Amy Seidl writes with a lucid and passionate eye about the state of life itself in the Age of Warming. By drawing on her 20 year career studying ecology, evolution, and sustainability, Amy illuminates the historical significance, impacts, and opportunities that come with climate change in the 21st century.
A passionate speaker on contemporary environmental issues, Amy frequently keynotes and lectures on climate change, renewable energy, local food systems, and the emerging field of sustainability science. Her research in ecological systems and alternative energy makes her a sought-after lecturer on global warming and green design and she emphasizes the need to innovate and build new physical infrastructures that do not rely on fossil fuels.
2001 Ph.D. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Vermont
1994 M.S. Entomology, Colorado State University
1988 B.A. Natural Science and Poetry, Hampshire College