About Erik Edward Nordman
My teaching and research activities focus on the social dimensions of renewable energy, ecosystem services, and other aspects of natural resources management. I teach courses in natural resource policy, environmental economics, and GIS. I apply my economics and policy expertise to questions of sustainable energy development in Michigan and Kenya.
223 Henry Hall
Grand Valley State University
1 Campus Drive
Allendale, MI 49401
Renewable Energy (7)
Energy Transitions in Kenya's Tea Sector: A Wind Energy ...
Proceedings of the 19th International Sustainable Development Research Conference (2013)
Kenya’s tea sector provides livelihoods for more than 500,000 farmers but energy access in the region remains limited. Clean, affordable ...
West Michigan Wind Assessment (19)
Contribution to Book
Great Lakes, Great Debates: Facilitating Public Engagement on Offshore Wind ...
Building a Green Economy: Perspectives from Ecological Economics (2013)
Lake Michigan has world-class offshore wind resources, but it is unclear if offshore wind energy development is appropriate and acceptable ...