† Prof. Dr. Konrad von Moltke
Konrad von Moltke passed away in May 2005 in Vermont, USA.
Konrad von Moltke was Adjunct Professor of Environmental Studies and Senior Fellow of the Institute on International Environmental Governance at Dartmouth College and Visiting Professor of Environmental Studies at the Free University, Amsterdam. He worked on international environmental policy, with a focus on the relationship between international economic policy (trade, financial flows, aid and development) and the environment. Most recently he has worked on trade and the environment, investment and the commodities trade in particular.
In addition to being a partner at Ecologic, Konrad von Moltke was Senior Fellow at the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) in Winnipeg, MB, at the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in Washington, DC, as well as at the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI) in Paris. From 1989 to 1998, he edited International Environmental Affairs, a journal for research and policy.
From 1972 to 1984, Konrad von Moltke lived in Europe where he developed American Studies curriculum materials and was active in founding a number of private European policy-oriented institutions in the European Cultural Foundation (Amsterdam). Between 1976 and 1984, he was founding Director of the Institute for European Environmental Policy (Bonn, Paris, London), a private institution devoted to the analysis of policy alternatives for European environmental problems. He has published extensively on medieval history, comparative education and curriculum development, as well as international environmental policy.
Konrad von Moltke studied mathematics at Dartmouth College (Bachelor of Arts 1964) and medieval history at the University of Munich and the University of Göttingen (Ph.D. 1970). He taught at the State University of New York/Buffalo where he was also a member of the administration, concerned with the development of interdisciplinary undergraduate programs. Six new programs were established during his term as Director of the Collegiate System, including an environmental studies college.