Environment

Adell Amos, School of Law Environmental & Natural Resources Program

Adell Amos is an expert in water law and policy, natural resource law and resource management, especially related to drought and water rights. She can also speak to policy and law related to public lands, conservation, and wilderness.

Craig Kauffman, Department of Political Science

Craig Kauffman is an expert in environmental politics (with a focus on climate change policy, sustainable development, and natural resource management); environmental law (particularly the development of Earth Law and rights of nature), indigenous environmental law and practices, collaborative governance of forest and watershed ecosystems, and financing forest and watershed conservation. Craig uses this expertise to examine new, alternative global governance regimes, transnational networks, and the reasons global norms change. At the University of Oregon, he is an assistant professor of political science and participating faculty in Environmental Studies and Latin American Studies. 

Cassandra Moseley, Institute for a Sustainable Environment

Cassandra Moseley is an expert in natural resource policy, including forest, wildfire, bioenergy, rural development policy and federal land management. At the University of Oregon, she is a research professor and director of the Ecosystem Workforce Program.

Marc Schlossberg, Department of Planning, Public Policy and Management

Marc Schlossberg is an expert in city planning and sustainable development, especially related to transportation and how to retrofit communities to better support biking and walking. 

Mary Wood, School of Law Environmental & Natural Resources Program

Mary Wood is an expert in environmental law and originated Atmospheric Trust Litigation. She studies law related to natural resources, public trust, federal Indian law, public lands, wildlife, and hazardous waste. Her research related to Atmospheric Trust Litigation holds governments accountable for reducing carbon pollution, and is actively argued in courts worldwide.