Dr. Timothy M. Smith is director of the
NorthStar Initiative for Sustainable Enterprise at the University of
Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment; and an associate professor of
environmental sciences, policy and management, and bioproducts and
biosystems engineering at the university. His work focuses on policy
and market adoption of technologies that enhance environmental
performance, public and private governance of sustainability, and
sustainability systems modeling in decision making. Dr. Smith has
held the rotating chair in sustainable entrepreneurship at Wageningen University,
Netherlands, served on the faculty at INCAE Business School in Costa
Rica, and taught in marketing and logistics management at the Carlson
School of Management and in the College of Continuing Education at UMN. He
is a former AT&T Industrial Ecology Fellow and has advised
the Environmental Protection Agency, the General Services
Administration, the National Research Council’s Committee on Certification
of Sustainable Products and Services, and numerous companies and organizations
on supply chain sustainability and product-based policies.
Smith, T.M. 2013. Climate change: Corporate sustainability in the supply chain, Feature Article, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 69(3) 43–52.
Fischlein, M., Smith, T. 2013. Revisiting renewable portfolio standard effectiveness: policy design and outcome specification matter, Policy Sciences, DOI 10.1007/s11077-013-9175-0.
Suh, K., Smith, T.*, Linhoff, M. 2012. Leveraging Socially Networked Mobile ICT Platforms for the Last-Mile Delivery Problem, Environmental Science & Technology 46(17):9481-90.
Suh, K., Suh, S., Smith, T. 2011. Implications of corn prices on water footprints of bioethanol, Bioresource Technology Volume 102, Issue 7: 4747-4754.