Robert Krueger

Professor & Department Head of Social Science and Policy Studies
Social Science and Policy Studies
Institute of Science & Technology for Development
Development Design Lab
BS Oklahoma State University 1991
MSL Vermont Law School 1992
MA Clark University 1998
PhD Clark University 2001
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Professor Krueger is a human geographer whose scholarship and teaching focus on creating sustainable, socially just, improvements to development projects in the global north and south. He has worked in countries in North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa, on issues of economic development and institutional change. His scholarship and teaching challenge conventional notions of economic development, economy-environment relationships, and social change. Krueger challenges students of sustainable urbanism to visualize new sustainable futures, beyond green technology, energy efficiency, and smart growth.

The Washington Post
What does it mean for a hotel to be carbon neutral?

The Washington Post spoke with Social Science & Policy Studies Department Head Rob Krueger about what the term “carbon neutral” means for hotels, and how people using a sustainable building can change the way it functions. Krueger also gave recommendations on how to travel in an environmentally-friendly way.

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