The Mackinac Straits Oil Pipeline: Lessons for Advocacy and Policy
Mike Shriberg, National Wildlife Federation
Mike Shriberg, Ph.D., is the Regional Executive Director of the National Wildlife Federation's Great Lakes Regional Center. The regional office works with NWF, our states affiliates and other organizations in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Michigan. Major projects include Great Lakes restoration; prevention of the introduction of aquatic invasive species; Great Lakes water management reform; protection of the Great Lakes from climate change; and outdoor education for children. Mike came to NWF in 2015 from the University of Michigan, where he served as the Education Director at the Graham Sustainability Institute and as a Lecturer in the Program in the Environment and Earth & Environmental Sciences. Prior to the University of Michigan, Mike was the Policy Director at the Ecology Center and the Director of Environment Michigan. He also previously served as the Environmental Studies Program Director and an Assistant Professor at Chatham University. Mike earned his MS and PhD in Resource Policy & Behavior from the University of Michigan's School of Natural Resources & Environment. He earned his undergraduate degree in Biology & Society with a concentration in Environment & Business from Cornell University.