Dr. Joshua Ginsberg is President of Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook, NY and he resides in Sharon, CT. He received his Ph. D. from Princeton University and his B.S. from Yale University. His career in conservation science spans 35 years and several continents. He led ecology and conservation projects in Asia, East and Southern Africa, North America and Latin America.
As an adjunct professor at Columbia University, he lectures, advises graduate students and he has helped manage Columbia’s Consortium for Environmental Research and Conservation (CERC). Past academic appointments have included: Research Fellow in Ecology at the Zoological Society of London, Honorary Research Fellow and Lecturer at University College London, and Research Fellow at Oxford University.
Dr. Ginsberg is on the boards of the Ocean Foundation, the Open Space Institute, the Salisbury Forum, and TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network. He is a member of the advisory council of the American Museum of Natural History’s Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, and serves on the Science, Climate and Stewardship Committee of Scenic Hudson.