Luke Danielson

Luke Danielson
Clark Sustainable Development Chair in Environment and Sustainability
JD, University of California School of Law
B.A., Antioch College
(303) 912 0855
Office Location: 
Kelley 206
Master in Environmental Management Department
Academic Program: 
Global Sustainability Track
Integrative and Public Land Management Track
Master in Environmental Management (MEM)
Sustainable & Resilient Communities Track

Luke Danielson is a lawyer, researcher and educator who has directed substantial research programs in the fields of sustainable development and mining and minerals policy for the past three decades.  He teaches courses at Western State Colorado University in Global Sustainability, Sustainable Development, Conflict and Sustainability in the West, etc.  He is also the president of the Sustainable Development Strategies Group (SDSG) which is a collaborative group of researchers, consultants and other experts whose goal is to demonstrate the effectiveness of sustainable development concepts in solving real, practical problems at the local, regional, national and international levels. 

Professor Danielson is an adjunct professor at universities around the world, has worked with the World Bank, the International Finance Corporation, the International Development Research Centre, the United Nations, and governments and local communities in Mongolia, Nigeria, Panama, Chile, Central Asia, Uganda, Mozambique, Guinea, Ecuador, Sierra Leone, Canada and the United States. 

Professor Danielson mentors students from all three program tracks and is happy to advise any students considering how to best approach a career in global sustainability. 

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