Paul Steinberg, PhD, Malcolm Lewis Professor of Sustainability and Society, focuses his research and teaching on global environmental politics, with a special interest in biodiversity conservation and environmental policy in developing countries. At the broadest level, he is interested in how different societies around the world respond to environmental problems.
Steinberg’s latest book is Who Rules the Earth? How Social Rules Shape Our Planet and Our Lives, published by Oxford University Press in March 2015. The book is part of The Social Rules Project, a multi-media initiative exploring the institutional dimensions of environmental problems.
For further information including downloadable articles, syllabi, and book chapters, visit Paul Steinberg’s website.
- Forbes, 3/20/18 Bicycle Revolution, A Course on Wheels, Teaches Students About Social Change
- OUPblog, 12/20/15 What Does the Paris Agreement Really Mean for Climate Change?
- The Chronicle of Higher Ed, 4/27/15 Harvey Mudd Professor Engages Students in Saving Tropical Forest
- Triple Pundit, 4/27/15 The Most and Least Eco-Friendly States of 2015
- hmc.edu, 2/23/15 Steinberg Receives Gerner Award for Innovative Teaching
- Christian Science Monitor, 9/21/14 Climate Change Summitry’s Force of Nature: Christiana Figueres
- Salon, 3/21/15 The Secret to Saving the World: How Ordinary People Actually Can Prevent Global Disaster
- Huffington Post, 1/13/15 Poor Countries Commit to Climate Treaty, So Why Won’t the GOP?
- hmc.edu, 12/13/13 Film Offers Social Science Insights on How to Save the Planet
- NPR, 8/3/11 Academic Minute: Global Environmental Leadership