Dr. John Stutz
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...John Stutz, Ph.D.Vice President and Director of Human Well-Being Programjstutz@tellus.org Dr. Stutz is a Vice-President and founding member of the Tellus Institute.
Over 30 years, his
research areas have included utility regulation, energy policy, waste management, conservation, and human well-being.The unifying theme has been the impact of consumption on individuals, the economy, and the environment.He
has appeared as an expert witness on behalf of consumer advocates and regulatory commissions throughout the US and in Canada, addressing issues of equity and efficiency as well as forecasting and conservation.He
has also conducted studies of the economic impacts of conservation compared to power plant construction and use.He
has studied such problems of waste prevention, environmental policy, and economic benefits of sustainability measures for the US EPA
, and many other sponsors.Drawing on and extending his
previous work, Dr. Stutz's
research now centers on human well-being, particularly as it relates to values, affluence, and the environment.Before joining Tellus in 1976, he was on the faculty of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the State University of New York at Albany where he received tenure, and Fordham University where was associate professor of mathematics and co-director of the program in mathematics and economics.Dr. Stutz received a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Princeton University in 1969.