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Bob Doppelt

Bob DoppeltBob Doppelt is Executive Director of Resource Innovations, a sustainability research and technical assistance program, and of The Climate Leadership Initiative, both part of the Institute for a Sustainable Environment at the University of Oregon. He is also a principal in the consulting firm Factor Ten Inc. His work focuses on assisting organizations in implementing sustainability change management programs. He spearheaded efforts that led the governors of both Oregon and Washington to require state agencies to adopt sustainability plans. He has also served on the Western Division of The President's Council on Sustainable Development and on the U.S. EPA National Advisory Council for Environmental Policy and Technology.

He is the author of Leading Change Toward Sustainability: A Change-Management Guide for Business, Government and Civil Society (Greenleaf Publishing, 2003). It was deemed just six months after publication to be one of the nine most important books on sustainability by a Globescan survey of international sustainability experts.

Doppelt is in addition an adjunct faculty of systems and management at the Bainbridge Graduate Institute, one of the nation's first MBA degree programs in sustainability. He is a graduate of the International Program on the Management of Sustainability, Ziest, The Netherlands. He speaks and leads workshops on systems thinking, climate change and related organizational change, governance, and personal leadership for sustainability.

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