David Huberman was a transatlantic intern with Ecologic Institute, and working on international environmental governance and policy. His main interests focued on transatlantic cooperation and global climate change policy. Both a US and Swiss citizen, David Huberman has studied and worked on both sides of the Atlantic, and is fluent in both French and English. He also has a working knowledge of German, Spanish and Italian.
David is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Environmental Management (MEM) at the Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences of Duke University. Originally from Geneva (Switzerland) David completed his undergraduate studies at the Geography department of the University of Geneva. His curriculum was highlighted by a year-long research thesis entitled: "Une géographie du pouvoir des ressources: le cas de l'acajou dans le 'système-monde globalisé' – à la recherche d'un équilibre“. In parallel to his studies, David also holds a part-time research assistantship, working with The Katoomba Group's Ecosystem Marketplace on the development of a website for ecosystem services markets.