John Carberry retired from DuPont as Director of Environmental Technology. There, he was responsible for analysis of environmental issues and recommendations for technical programs and product development. Since 1989, he led that function to provide excellence in treatment and remediation while in transition to waste prevention and product sustainability. Mr. Carberry presently consults on strategies for dealing with environmental issues, emphasizing energy, renewable energy, persistent materials and nanomaterials. He chaired the AIChE Project on Metrics for Liquid Bio-fuels and has given over 135 presentations at universities and public conferences, is an adjunct professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Delaware and served on the National Academy of Engineering’s Roundtable on Science and Technology for Sustainability. Mr. Carberry is a founding member of the Green Power Market Development Group. He recently was Chair of the National Academy Committee on the Destruction of the Non-Stockpile Chemical Weapons, and served on nine previous National Academy Committees. He holds a B.ChE. and an M.E. in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University, an MBA from the University of Delaware, is a Fellow of the AIChE and is a Registered Professional Engineer.