Gary Flomenhoft


Adjunct Lecturer, Research Associate
Gund Institute for Ecological Economics
617 Main Street

2001 M.A. Public Policy/Certificate in Ecological Economics
University of Maryland School of Public Affairs, College Park, MD

1977 B.S. Mechanical Engineering
Tufts University, Medford, MA

Gary Flomenhoft is a Research Associate at the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics and lecturer in CDAE where he works on sustainable development and renewable energy on the Caribbean islands of St. Lucia and Dominica. Gary was a founding member of the Green Party of California, and co-founder of the US Green Party Organizing Committee.  He is co-founder and Vice President of the Geonomy Society which is concerned with democratic rights to land and common assets. From 1992-2000, Gary managed two small electric vehicle companies and ran his own EV business. From 2000-2001 he worked as a Program Assistant for economic development at the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.  Gary's interests in economics focus on methods for transition to steady-state economics, distribution of income from natural capital and common assets, poverty alleviation, and indicators of human well-being.  Gary also teaches ecological-economics at the Vermont Law School Summer Program. 

Courses Taught
PA 395 Energy Policy
PA 395 Green Tax
PA 395 Non-Profits and the Environment