skip to content

Masters Degree in Environmental Science & Policy

Environmental Policy and Sustainable Development, and Economics

  • Kevin Fermanich
    Soil processes and ground water quality; hydrology of wetlands; fate of contaminants.
  • Laurel Phoenix
    Water and Land Resources Management; Transition Communities; Energy-descent planning; Food Systems; Systems Theory and Complexity.
  • John Stoll
    Environmental and natural resource economics, contingent valuation techniques, outdoor recreation, conservation of species and habitat. Teaches courses in public finance, urban and regional economic theory, microeconomics, econometrics, natural resource and environmental economics.