Michael J. Mortimer
Associate Dean, Washington, D.C. Area
- Founding Director
Dr. Mortimer is the Associate Dean, Washington, D.C. Area and Founding Director of the Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability (CLiGS). He received his Ph.D. from the University of Montana and his law degree from the Pennsylvania State University. He teaches courses in Natural Resource Law and Policy, Environmental Conflict Management, and Global Issues in Environmental Sustainability. His research is published in Society and Natural Resources, Journal of Forestry, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, Environmental Management, Journal of Forest Policy and Economics, and other leading natural-resources journals. He is an avid photographer and traveler, having journeyed to more than fifty countries, camera in hand.
- International Institutions
- Environmental Policy
- Urban Sustainability
- Urban food security: old wine in a new bottle
- Water security—the humanity of it all
- Finnish Lapland: authentically inauthentic of something altogether more wicked?
- Tourist vs. tourist: Forget future generations, what do we do now?
- CLiGS Global Study returns with a first-time trip to the Baltic Sea
- Barcelona: Contrasts and contradictions in the city by the sea
- Sovereignty vs. Sanctuary: Perils of Climate Migration
- Michael Mortimer to lead College of Natural Resources and Environment initiatives in the greater Washington, D.C., metro area
- MNR students to study carbon capture, geothermal energy, and more I the Land of Fire and Ice
- How do we save global forests? A call to action from the Global Forest Summit
- Consider your culture: MNR students learn to reflect on social norms in environmental decision-making
- Climate Change solutions from the other side of the world: Neil Dampier to lead a Global Study to South Africa
- Climate resilience of island nations and coastal cities: Cuba, Iceland, Amsterdam, Venice
- 2020. Is it over yet?
- In Fact, Do Not Spill the Wine. Or the Water. Environmental Security in Mendoza, Argentina
- MNR alum partners with CLiGS authors to publish Leadership for Sustainability
- Leadership: it’s wicked important, according to new book by CLiGS faculty
- XMNR19 students to embark on a journey to Egypt
- 2017 Executive MNR International Experience to India
- Executive MNR International Residency to South Africa