Gregory Unruh

Gregory Unruh

Arison Endowed Professor of Values Leadership in Universidad George Mason

Gregory C. Unruh is the Director of the Lincoln Center at Thunderbird, the leading business school for international management. Before coming to Thunderbird he served as the Alumni Professor of Corporate Sustainability at the Instituto de Empresa Business School in Madrid, Spain and the Academic Director of the Center for Eco-Intelligent Management which he co-founded with the world renowned architect William McDonough.  He has held positions at both Columbia University in New York City and The Fletcher School in Boston. Trained as an undergraduate in the Earth and Environmental Engineering at the University of California and as a graduate in International Environmental and Technology Policy at Tufts University, his research focuses on the challenges of altering established industries and technologies systems to make them more environmentally sustainable. Recent publications include his three paper series on “Carbon Lock-in” in the international journal Energy Policy. He has also been an editorial-opinion contributor to the Boston Globe and the Spanish daily Expansion on important environmental and energy issues.

 

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