Paola Bernazzani is a conservation biologist and planner supporting ICF International’s energy, environment and transporation markets. She has overseen consulting projects and coordinated environmental research and reports both domestically and internationally.
She has worked on planning documents and regulatory compliance and has given presentations on the role of science in the planning process. She has published an article on participant perspectives of habitat conservation plans (HCPs) and is co-writing a book on the practical applications of endangered-species law. She has an M.S. in Environmental Science, Policy and Management, Resource Ecology/Wildlife Biology Group from the University of California–Berkeley and a B.A. in Environmental Studies and Anthropology from Yale University.