Lori Siegel is a Senior Modeler for Climate Interactive. She uses system dynamics analyses (SDA) to gain insight into the complex
systems involved in global climate change and to facilitate international dialogue regarding policies to mitigate climate change.
Lori has her Ph.D. in environmental engineering, and is a professional engineer with expertise in SDA as well as in the fields of fate
and transport in contaminants, hydrology, hazardous waste management, toxicology, and ecological risk assessment.
As a sole proprietor of Siegel Environmental Dynamics, LLC, she consulted to non-profit research organizations, academic institutions,
international engineering firms, and physicians. In addition to addressing climate change, her assignments addressed water quality
trading; natural resources; mercury in aquatic ecosystems and subsequent effects on the common loon; and risks of disease complication
and benefits of various therapies.
She lives with her husband, three sons and labradoodle in the Upper Valley of New Hampshire.