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Kai N.Lee is Professor of Environmental Studies at Williams College, Massachusetts, and a member of the Packard Foundation, which among other things, subsidises NGOS which support sciences related to environmental conservation. After graduating with a PhD in physics from Princeton in 1971, he went on to study political science at Berkeley. Until 1991, he taught environmental studies at the University of Washington while simultaneously working as an advisor to the Washington state government. He has written several books, including “Compass and Gyroscope” (Paperback, 1994), in which he explores ways to integrate scientific, political and psychological theories into environmental management to make it more effective.