Dr. Conrad Douglas, B.Sc., Ph.D., M.J.I.E., M.J.I.M., Executive Chairman & Principal Consultant
Dr. Douglas has been a consultant for more than thirty (30) years.
work has spanned several regions, including North and South America, Europe, the Caribbean, Africa, and Asia, for several major national and international public and private sector organizations.
has written over three hundred and fifty (350) major reports on environmental management and related matters and has published over forty (40) papers in national and international journals.
He has done work for several organizations, including USAID, UNEP, CIDA, IDB, OAS, NRCA/NEPA, US Embassy, ALCOA, WINDALCO, ALPART, UNDP, UNIDO, Bank of Nova Scotia, National Commercial Bank and CEMEX/Rinker Group.
Included among his
studies are several sections of the Jamaica Country Environmental Profile - Energy, Agriculture, Forestry, Industry and Industrial Pollution, Geology and Mining, Land Use and National Parks and Protected Areas, and the Plan for a System of Protected Natural Areas for Jamaica (Systems Plan).
has lectured at the University of the West Indies
While there, he
also co-supervised the work of two (2) Ph.D. students.
Dr. Douglas was also visiting Professor of Applied Chemistry at the UWI.
Dr. Douglas has served on several international and national boards and committees.
He is a past Chairman of the Scientific Research Council (SRC) of Jamaica and a past member of the National Commission of Science & Technology (NCST).
Dr. Douglas earned his Ph.D. through a Joint UWI/ALCAN industry project concerned with the interactions of caustic soda and other sodium compounds with red mud.
He is a member of the Jamaica Institution of Engineers (JIE) and the Jamaica Institute of Management (JIM).
is the recipient of several awards for outstanding service to Science & Technology in Jamaica and for voluntary service.
Dr. Douglas is also distinguished past president of the Kiwanis Club of North St. Andrew in Jamaica.
He founded the companies Conrad Douglas & Associates Limited (CD&A) in 1985, and Environmental Science & Technology Limited (ESTECH), a subsidiary of CD&A, in 1993.