Prior to joining the faculty at NEC, John Felix spent many years addressing a wide range of environment issues for the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection. He is most interested in identifying those key elements that determine the success (or failure) of environmental policies. Felix has taught environmental policy courses at Northeastern University and Merrimack College and presented lectures on wetlands protection and climate change at Harvard University. Felix has also authored a reference book on marine mammal parasites and was awarded a Bradford Fellowship to Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.
B.S. in Fisheries Biology, University of Massachusetts (Amherst); M.S. in Biology/Marine Biology, San Diego State University; M.P.A., Harvard University.
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