Stephan Schott is an Associate Professor in the School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University with a PhD in Natural Resource and Environmental Economics from the University of Guelph. He teaches graduate courses in natural resource management, energy economics, energy tools and evaluation methods and theoretical foundations of public policy. Dr. Schott has extensively worked in interdisciplinary teams with indigenous governments and communities, natural scientists, engineers and social scientists from other disciplines. He has substantial research and teaching experience in the Canadian Arctic where he managed and lead several major Arctic research projects. His research currently focuses on alternative energy and sustainable development in the Arctic, the economic impacts of mining on local communities and local business development, food security and Arctic commercial fishery development, wildlife management and knowledge co-evolution, and energy strategies and carbon emission reduction programmes in North America and Europe.
53. A research agenda for affective dimensions in climate change risk perception and risk communication
43. Knowledge co-production: A pathway to effective fisheries management, conservation, and governance