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Chris Head is a Masters candidate at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, where he focuses on international energy policy and public international law. Since coming to Fletcher, Chris has worked for the California Commission on Science and Technology on their report “California’s Energy Future,” which explores the technological possibilities for a low carbon future. He is currently working on a report for the United Nations Environmental Program on renewable energy, fuels, and climate change. In addition to his work with American’s for Energy Leadership, Chris is also the Showcase Director for the 2011 Tufts Energy Conference, charged with bringing the most innovative and game-changing clean tech start-ups in New England to campus. He is currently working on a project for a low carbon hydrofracking water processing plant for this year’s MIT 100k entrepreneurship competition. Before coming to Boston, Chris worked as a biologist in a biotech startup in Austin, in addition to prolonged travels in Central and South America. He is a graduate of the University of Texas, Austin, with a double major in Biology and History.