Nadim Farajalla

Program Director, Climate Change and the Environment
About Nadim Farajalla

Has an MS in irrigation engineering in 1989 from Utah State University and an MS and a PhD in environmental engineering from the University of Oklahoma in 1995. Worked for eight years in the private sector in the US and the Middle East focusing on environmental issues, water resources management and infrastructure design. In 2002, he joined the American University of Beirut, where he is currently director of the Climate Change and the Environment Program at the Issam Fares Institute. His current research focuses on the impacts of climate change and subsequent adaptation measures including the role of the water-energy-food nexus