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John Stutz
Senior Fellow John Stutz John Stutz Senior Fellow John Stutz is Vice President and a founding member of the Tellus Institute. Over the past 38 years, his work at Tellus has addressed utility regulation, energy policy, waste management, and conservation. The unifying theme has been the impact of consumption on individuals, the economy, and the environment. On numerous occasions, he has appeared as an expert witness before regulatory bodies in the US and Canada. Also, working on behalf of the US EPA, the OECD, and others, he has studied problems such as waste prevention and the measurement of progress toward sustainability. Recently, Dr. Stutz's work has centered on human well-being as it relates to values, affluence, and the environment. He is a founding member of the Sustainable Consumption Research and Action Initiative (SCORAI). Before joining Tellus in 1976, Dr. Stutz 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 he was an associate professor of mathematics and co-director of the program in mathematics and economics. He received a PhD in Mathematics from Princeton University in 1969. John Stutz Selected publications for John Stutz


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John Stutz John Stutz is Vice President and a founding member of Tellus Institute. Over the past 38 years, his work at Tellus has addressed utility regulation, energy policy, waste management, and conservation. The unifying theme has been the impact of consumption on individuals, the economy, and the environment. On numerous occasions, he has appeared as an expert witness before regulatory bodies in the US and Canada. Also, working on behalf of the US EPA, the OECD, and others, he has studied problems such as waste prevention and the measurement of progress toward sustainability. Recently, Dr. Stutz's work has centered on human well-being as it relates to values, affluence, and the environment. He is a founding member of the Sustainable Consumption Research and Action Initiative (SCORAI). Before joining Tellus in 1976, Dr. Stutz 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 he was an associate professor of mathematics and co-director of the program in mathematics and economics. He received a PhD in Mathematics from Princeton University in 1969. Tellus Publications (Selected) Quantifying Sufficiency John Stutz John Stutz John Stutz John Stutz John Stutz John Stutz John Stutz John Stutz Allen White, Marjorie Kelly, Rich Rosen, John Stutz John Stutz Climate Change, Development, and the Three-Day Week John Stutz John Stutz Marjorie Kelly, John Stutz John Stutz John Stutz John Stutz analyzes available data on well-being, focusing on the three components of welfare, contentment, and freedom. He offers a vision of a future in which society has embraced the lessons learned from such analysis, particularly the importance of time affluence, and outlines a strategy to achieve a heightened quality of life through value changes, coalition building, and policy action. Essay #10 in the GTI Paper Series: Frontiers of a Great Transition Economic Benefits and Feasibility of Strategies to Reduce Petroleum Consumption in California John Stutz John Stutz John Stutz, Bruce Biewald, Daljit Singh, Tim Woolf Rich Rosen, Freyr Sverrison, John Stutz John Stutz, Carolyn Gilbert John Stutz


Tellus Institute | People

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Senior Fellow John Stutz John Stutz Senior Fellow This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. John Stutz is Vice President and a founding member of Tellus Institute. Over the past 38 years, his work at Tellus has addressed utility regulation, energy policy, waste management, and conservation. The unifying theme has been the impact of consumption on individuals, the economy, and the environment. On numerous occasions, he has appeared as an expert witness before regulatory bodies in the US and Canada. Also, working on behalf of the US EPA, the OECD, and others, he has studied problems such as waste prevention and the measurement of progress toward sustainability. Recently, Dr. Stutz's work has centered on human well-being as it relates to values, affluence, and the environment. He is a founding member of the Sustainable Consumption Research and Action Initiative (SCORAI). Before joining Tellus in 1976, Dr. Stutz 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 he was an associate professor of mathematics and co-director of the program in mathematics and economics. He received a PhD in Mathematics from Princeton University in 1969. John Stutz Selected publications for John Stutz


John Stutz, Ph.D. - The Tellus Institute for a Great Transition

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John Stutz, Ph.D. Senior Fellow jstutz@tellus.org Dr. Stutz is a Vice-President and founding member of the Tellus Institute. Over the past 35 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 Canada. He has also conducted studies of the economic impacts of conservation compared to power plant construction and use. While consulting to the US EPA, OECD, etc., he has studied such problems as waste prevention, environmental policy, and economic benefits of sustainability measures. More recently, Dr. Stutz's research has centered on human well-being, particularly as it relates to values, affluence, and the environment. He is a founding member of the Sustainable Consumption Research and Action Initiative (SCORAI). Before joining Tellus in 1976, he was on the faculty of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the State University of New York at Albany, and Fordham University, where was an 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.


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Dr. John StutzJohn Stutz Photo of John StutzJohn 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, OECD, 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.


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