Thomas Lovejoy

Thomas Lovejoy

Thomas E. Lovejoy, "the Godfather of Biodiversity," is a Senior Fellow at the United Nations Foundation and University Professor in the Environmental Science and Policy department at George Mason University. He also was the first Biodiversity Chair of the H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics and the Environment. Wikipedia*

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Thomas Lovejoy has 12 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1989 Speech as an Assistant Secretary for the External Affairs of the Smithsonian Institution. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2017 with an average of 5,309 views per program. Most appearances with Timothy E. Wirth (3). Most common tags: Environment, Global Climate Change.

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 2016 - Present Senior Fellow, Biodiversity and Environmental Science, United Nations Foundation Videos: 1 c. September 30, 1996 - Present Counsel, Environmental Affairs, Smithsonian Institution Videos: 1

Previously

Assistant Secretary, External Affairs, Smithsonian Institution c. April 21, 1989 - c. September 30, 1996 Videos: 10

Recent Appearances

  • March for Science

    March for Science

    The “March for Science” rally took place on the National Mall in Washington, DC. The event was one of more than 500 planned…

  • Private Property and Wildlife

    Private Property and Wildlife

    In a lecture titled, “Dissonance between private lands and wildlife,” Mr. Gibbons spoke about the conflict between personal…

  • Biological Diversity Conservation Act

    Biological Diversity Conservation Act

    The subcommittee heard testimony on H.R. 585, the National Biological Diversity and Research Act, and H.R. 2082, the National Biological…

  • Global Warming and U.S. Environmental Policy

    Global Warming and U.S. Environmental Policy

    Mr. Lovejoy discussed U.S. environmental policies of the 1990s, and the problems of global warming. While stating that…

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