Charles Redman

Charles Redman is the founding director of Arizona State University’s School of Sustainability, the first in the US to offer sustainability degrees at all levels. Redman is an anthropologist/archaeologist by training but has spent the last 15 years directing large scale interdisciplinary projects focused on contemporary urban ecology and for the past ten years has been a member of the Resilience Alliance.

His interests include human impacts on the environment, sustainable landscapes, rapidly urbanizing regions, sustainability education and public outreach. Together with colleagues from ASU and UNAM (Mexico City) he is currently developing a transdisciplinary project to create an analytical framework to address the various water related challenges facing Mexico City and other megacities in the face of climate change and continued rapid urbanization.

Read about "Wither Sustainability and Resilience, should it be as one" here.

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