Stephan Schott is a 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. Since 2010 he is the graduate supervisor for the new interdisciplinary M.A. in Sustainable Energy Engineering and Policy.
Dr. Schott teaches graduate courses in natural resource management, environmental and ecological economics, social benefit cost analysis, energy economics and economic theory. His research currently focuses on energy strategies and carbon emission reduction programmes, alternative energy and sustainable development in the Arctic, the economic impacts of mining on local communities and local business development, food security and the integration of traditional knowledge and science, and behavioral experiments in common pool resource environments.