Alan Miller has taught courses on climate change, environmental policy, and energy issues at 9 universities in four disciplines:

• American University, Kogod School of Business (2017-2020) (managing for climate change); also Washington College of Law (environmental law)

• University of Maryland, School of Public Policy (2019, 2021) (public policy and the environment); also School of Law (U. Maryland at Baltimore, now the Carey School of Law)

• University of Michigan School of Law (climate change and the law); also School of Natural Resources (now School for Environment and Sustainability) (integrated environmental assessment)

• Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) (energy policy seminar)

• George Washington University Law School (international environmental law seminar)

• Vermont Law School Summer Program (22 summers, course evolved from energy law to global environmental issues)

• Duke University School of Law (environmental law)

• Delaware Law School (now Widener University Delaware Law School) (property law and environmental law)

• University of Iowa Law School (environmental law)

Alan Miller as Director of the Center for Global Change, University of Maryland (1991)Director of the Center for Global Change, University of Maryland (1991)
Director of the Center for Global Change, University of Maryland (1991)
Environmental Law 9th edition
Environmental Regulation: Law, Science, and Policy, 9th edition, 2021

As the director of the Center for Global Change at the University of Maryland from 1989 to 1997, he was a frequent lecturer on global environmental issues in several departments including geography, government, and public policy.

His academic writing includes co-authorship of the most widely used environmental law textbook in the United States, Environmental Regulation: Law, Science, and Policy, original edition, 1992; 9th edition, 2021; kindle edition, 2018); and a chapter in a forthcoming business school textbook, Sustainability: Business and Investment Implications, to be published in 2021 by World Scientific.

Between 2016 and 2018, Mr. Miller organized a series of 17 webinars on private sector engagement in climate change for a US AID program, Climate Economic Analysis for Development, Investment and Resilience (archived here). He was also a contributor to the development of online courses on climate change and development for the World Bank, later distributed by the online course platform Coursera.

His academic experience includes two Fulbright Scholarships, to Australia in 1977 (Macquarie University) and Japan in 1987 (Tokyo University).


From Climate Science to Action course cover

From Climate Science to Action

Course offered by the World Bank Group and taught by Alan Miller and Claudia Barrera

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