Carson Poe is a Transportation Industry Analyst with Volpe, The National Transportation Systems Center. His current research areas include climate change adaptation and mitigation, land-use and property management, and the National Environmental Policy Act process.
Mr. Poe has conducted studies to estimate the country’s unregulated oil and natural gas pipeline mileage and to quantify the revenue that could be generated from selling carbon credits generated on highway rights-of-way. He is currently leading a team that is investigating the implications of accommodating renewable energy technologies and alternative fuel facilities along highways. Mr. Poe holds an M.A. in Energy and Environmental Analysis from Boston University’s Center for Energy and Environmental Studies and a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies/Environmental Policy and Planning from Appalachian State University.
Contributions to Humans & Nature:
- …By Planning Roads at an Ecosystem Scale and Integrating Sustainable Features
A response to “To build or not to build a road… how do we honor the landscape?”