Evan O'Neil was at Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs from October 2002 - June 2014.
During this time, he worked as program assistant for the Council's Empire and Democracy Project, as coordinator of the Fellows Program, and as a layout specialist on numerous publications. While with the Empire and Democracy Project, O'Neil helped plan and carry out several large conferences and public events, and assisted with the editing and design of the resulting reports. Later he worked with the Council's Global Policy Innovations program.
From 2010-2014, he was editor of Carnegie Council's online magazine, Policy Innovations.
O'Neil graduated summa cum laude from Duquesne University with a B.A. in philosophy.
- A Look at Global Sustainability, with a Focus on China
- Powering the Dream: The History and Promise of Green Technologies
- Evan O'Neil Interviews Michael Rea and Scott Kaufman of Carbon Trust
- Mined Fair for the Fair-minded
- Exporting Expertise: Lessons from Brazil's Forest Success
- 3D Printing Can Unlock Development Potential
- Repairing the Shattered Sky
- Can Bioregionalism Go Global Before Collapse?
- The Practice of Bioregionalism
- Building Bioregional Politics for an Ecological Civilization
- Open Source WikiHouse Disrupts Traditional Design
- Don't Build Keystone XL, the Pipeline to Nowhere
- Shooting the Global City
- Canadian Tar Sands: There's No Such Thing as Ethical Oil (or Nuclear Power)
- 100% Renewable by 20XX
- Welcome to the Urban Revolution
- Pragmatic Overdose
- A Permaculture Strategy for Haiti
- Taking the Waves
- Micro-donations Can Make a Massive Difference in Global Health
- America Shouldn't Blow an Opportunity for Green Diplomacy
- CC-01-01 Does Climate Change Exist?
- CC-01-02 Throwing Precaution to the Wind
- CC-02-01 You Do It and You Clean It Up
- CC-02-02 The Common Tragedy of Consumerism
- CC-03-01 Crafting a Fair Climate Agreement
- CC-03-02 Environment or Economy?
- Setting the Bar at 350
- Obama Could Miss the Bus on Raising Gas Tax
- More Loraxes, Less Axes
- The Debt of Dictators
- Shaping the Change
- Contraception Ban Harms Philippine Women
- Musicians Spread the Enviro Vibe
Last Updated: Jul 01, 2014