This panel will examine efforts to address climate change at the national level through the lenses of environmental justice and human rights, looking especially at efforts to push for equity in climate policy.
Lecturer in Law
- B.A. Mathematics, UCLA, 1969
- M.S. Business, Quantitative Methods, UCLA, 1971
George Abe teaches Entrepreneurship and Venture Initiation. He is also is adjunct professor entrepreneurship at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. His teaching responsibilities include entrepreneurship, business plan development and field study program advisories.
He was Business Development Manager for the UCLA Office of Intellectual Property, which is responsible for patent protection and commercialization of UCLA research.
Previously, he was a venture partner with Palomar Ventures, a VC firm in Santa Monica, California with $300 million under management for early stage startup companies. Before Palomar, he was a Business Development Manager at Cisco Systems.
He has also held 7 board of director positions with various startup companies and not-for-profit organizations.
He is the author of Residential Broadband, which presents an analysis of high-speed residential networking, published by Cisco Press.