Dr. Peter Linquiti teaches environmental policy courses for both graduate and undergraduate students, a policy analysis methods course for MPA students and the capstone course for GW’s MA program in environmental resource policy (ENRP). He directs a donor-funded certificate program for National Park Service employees.
Dr. Linquiti's current research activities include developing and validating an interdisciplinary framework for environmental policy analysis, assessing alternative methods for valuing government investments in research and development of new energy technologies and measuring the value of flexibility in investments to adapt to climate change.
Prior to joining the GW faculty, Dr. Linquiti served as Executive Vice President at ICF International, a global consulting firm focused on energy and environmental policy. At ICF, he supported public sector clients in all phases of the policy design, implementation and evaluation process. His substantive work addressed both regulatory and non-regulatory policies related to air quality, climate change, hazardous and solid waste, drinking water, risk assessment and energy efficiency.
Dr. Linquiti has also led several international environmental projects for clients including the World Bank, the United Nations Environment Program and the governments of Thailand and the Philippines.