Amy Luers

Amy Luers is the director of climate change at the Skoll Global Threats Fund where she works at the intersection of information technology, science and climate risk management. Previously, as the senior environmental program manager at Google, Luers initiated and co-led the development of a number of information technology projects in support of environmental monitoring, management and communication. She has worked and traveled extensively in Latin America, Southeast Asia and Africa in support of climate risk management programs with a collaborative and strategic focus on the intersection of climate and big data.
  • Fellow 2013 Bellagio/PopTech Fellows

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2013 Bellagio/PopTech Fellows Announced

2013 Bellagio/PopTech Fellows Announced

This August in Bellagio, Italy, the Rockefeller Foundation and PopTech are bringing together a group of select Fellows to participate in the inaugural offering of a unique collaborative incubator focused on topics relevant to the lives of poor and vulnerable populations.

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