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Peter Engelke is a senior fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security as well as a nonresident senior fellow with its Global Energy Center. His diverse work portfolio spans strategic foresight, innovation and technological disruption, geopolitics and hard security, climate change and Earth systems, and urbanization, among other topics. Engelke’s work has appeared in or featured in the Washington PostLos Angeles Times, Financial Times, NBC News, CBS News, the Hill, the National Interest, Citiscope, Meeting of the Minds, Inkstick, the World Economic Forum, and other outlets. He is on the adjunct faculty at Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies, where he is a recipient of the Tropaia Outstanding Faculty Award, and is a frequent lecturer at the US Department of State’s Foreign Service Institute. Previously, Engelke was an executive-in-residence at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy; a Bosch fellow with the Robert Bosch Foundation in Stuttgart, Germany; and a visiting fellow at the Stimson Center in Washington. He received his PhD in history from Georgetown University and master’s degrees from Georgetown’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, the University of Maryland, and Indiana University. Engelke has co-authored two books, The Great Acceleration, a global environmental history, and Health and Community Design, a study of public health and urban form.