Davies, J. Clarence III 1937-
DAVIES, J. Clarence III 1937-
PERSONAL: Born November 16, 1937, in New York, NY; son of J. Clarence, Jr. (a real estate consultant) and Helen (Wolfe) Davies; married Barbara Schonfeld, December 20, 1959; children: Elizabeth, Eric. Ethnicity: "White." Education: Dartmouth College, B.A. (cum laude), 1959; Columbia University, Ph.D., 1965.
ADDRESSES: Home—8650 Burning Tree Rd., Bethesda, MD 20817. Office—Resources for the Future, 1616 P St. NW, Washington, DC 20036; fax: 202-939-3460.
CAREER: Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME, instructor in government and director of Bureau for Research in Municipal Government, 1963-65; Executive Office of the President, Bureau of the Budget, Washington, DC, chief examiner for environmental and consumer protection, 1965-67; Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, assistant professor of politics and public affairs, 1967-70; Executive Office of the President, Council on Environmental Quality, Washington, DC, senior staff member, 1970-73; Resources for the Future, Inc., Washington, DC, assistant director of Institutions and Public Decisions Divisions, 1973-76; Conservation Foundation, Washington, DC, executive vice president, 1976-89; U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, assistant administrator for policy, planning, and evaluation, 1989-91; National Commission on the Environment, Washington, DC, executive director, 1991-92; Resources for the Future, Inc., director of Center for Risk Management, 1992-2000, senior fellow, 1992—. National Academy of Sciences, chair of Committee on Principles of Decision Making for Regulating Chemicals in the Environment, 1974-75, member of Environmental Studies Board, 1983-85; Environmental Protection Agency, member at large of executive committee, Science Advisory Board 1976-81; National Safety Council, member of board of governors, Environmental Health and Safety Institute, 1986-89; Wildlife Habitat Enhancement Council, member of board of directors, 1987-89; Institute for Cooperation in Environmental Management, member of board of directors, 1991-95; RESOLVE, Inc., chair of board of directors, 1993-2002.
MEMBER: Phi Beta Kappa.
The Politics of Pollution, Bobbs-Merrill (Indianapolis, IN), 1970, 2nd edition, 1975.
(Coeditor) Business and Environment: Toward Common Ground, Conservation Foundation (Washington, DC), 1977.
(Coauthor) Determining Unreasonable Risk under the Toxic Substances Control Act, Conservation Foundation (Washington, DC), 1979.
(Coauthor) Training for Environmental Groups, Conservation Foundation (Washington, DC), 1984.
(Coeditor) Risk Communication, Conservation Foundation (Washington, DC), 1987.
(Editor) Comparing Environmental Risks: Tools for Setting Government Priorities, Resources for the Future (Washington, DC), 1996.
(With Jan Mazurek) Regulating Pollution: Does the U.S. System Work?, Resources for the Future (Washington, DC), 1997.
(With Jan Mazurek) Pollution Control in the United States: Evaluating the System, Resources for the Future (Washington, DC), 1998.
Reforming Permitting, Resources for the Future (Washington, DC), 2001.
Contributor to books, including Growing against Ourselves: The Energy-Environment Tangle, Lexington Books (Boston, MA), 1974; Strategies for Public Health, Van Nostrand (New York, NY), 1981; Pollutants in a Multimedia Environment, Plenum (New York, NY), 1986; Integrated Pollution Control in Europe and North America, Conservation Foundation (Washington, DC), 1990; and Keeping Pace with Science and Engineering: Case Studies in Environmental Regulation, National Academy of Engineering (Washington, DC), 1993. Contributor to periodicals, sometimes under name Terry Davies. Member of editorial board, Toxic Substances Journal, 1979-89, and APP AM Journal, 1996-2000; member of editorial advisory board, Risk: Health, Safety, and Environment, 1996-99.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Best Sellers, July 15, 1970.
Environment, November, 1996, p. 30.