Dr. Dabelko’s expertise lies in the fields of international environmental politics, international security, global health and development. He facilitates dialogue among policymakers, practitioners and scholars grappling with the complex connections that link environment, health, population, conflict and security. His recent research focuses on environmental pathways to confidence building and peacemaking, with a special emphasis on management of fresh water resources. He was a Lecturer at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service; a Visiting researcher at the International Peace and Research Institute, Oslo; Project associate in the Council on Foreign Relations; Editorial assistant for Foreign Policy and Former Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Washington Term Member Advisory Council. Currently, he holds positions as Adjunct Professor at the Monterey Institute of International Studies; Member of the United Nations Environment Programme's Expert Advisory Group on Environment, Conflict, and Peacebuilding; Co-Editor of Green Planet Blues: Environmental Politics from Stockholm to Johannesburg (3rd ed., 2004) and Environmental Peacemaking (2002); Editor of the annual Environmental Change and Security Program Report; Advisory Board Member of Screenscope's "Journey to Planet Earth" PBS documentary initiative; Board Member of the Wilton Park USA Foundation; Contributing Editor of Environment; Editorial Board Member of Global Environmental Change; Principal Investigator of the “Navigating Peace: Forging New Water Partnerships” Initiative; and Member of the Board, Wilton Park USA Foundation.