O. Moore is the Associate Director for the W. Alton Jones Foundation's
Sustainable World Program. Mr. Moore evaluates environmental grant
making opportunities, including the pursuit of proactive foundation
initiatives and recommends funding action to the board of trustees.
Since coming to the foundation in 1992, he has focused his attention
on economics and trade, multilateral development bank reform,
global climate change and biological diversity policies, and renewable
coming to work for the foundation, he served a Counsel to the
House of Representatives Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee.
During the six years working for the Committee, he was responsible
for issues related to global environmental change, international
environmental law and economics, international environmental assessments,
the National Environmental Policy Act, offshore oil and gas and
marine scientific research. He was on the US Delegation at numerous
negotiating sessions of the United Nations Intergovernmental Negotiating
Committee leading up to the signing of the Framework Convention
on Climate Change at the United Nations Conference on Environment
and Development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Moore received a B.S. in 1980, a J.D. in 1984 from the University
of South Dakota and a Master's Degree in Economics from the London
School of Economics and Political Science in 1986.