Glenn Page

A restoration ecologist by training, Glenn “grew up” working on the restoration of dunes, rivers, wetlands and forests, focusing on ecosystem function, equivalency and valuation. He helped to develop the field of citizen science and public involvement in action research for conservation stewardship. Glenn was the founding Director of Conservation at the National Aquarium in Baltimore, where Vice President Al Gore officially recognized him as as Environmental Hero. As President and CEO of SustainaMetrix, he leads an interdisciplinary team working around the world in coastal areas, addressing interconnected issues of food, water and energy. He combines skilled facilitation with expertise in marine science, coastal management, evaluation, and transformation. Recent project partners include United Nations, IUCN, Republic of Ireland, Scottish Government, Stockholm Resilience Center, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, World Wildlife Fund, Luc Hoffmann Institute, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Tufts University, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, University of Maine and University of Maryland Baltimore County.  Glenn brings innovation and systems thinking to the complex, wicked challenges of our time.