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environmental policy educator

Konrad Von Moltke, German environmental policy educator.


Moltke, Konrad Von was born on September 23, 1941 in Kreisau, Schweidnitz, Germany. Came to United States, 1984. Son of Helmuth James and Freya V. Moltke.


Bachelor, Dartmouth College, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, University Göttingen, 1970.


Assistant professor history State University of New York Buffalo, 1968-1972, associate professor history, 1972-1974. Director Institute European Environmental Policy, Bonn, Paris, London, 1970-1984. Senior fellow World Wildlife Foundation, Washington, 1984-1999, International Institute Sustainable Development, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, from 1994.

Director collegiate assembly State University of New York Buffalo, 1970-1972. Adjunct professor environmental studies Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, since 1984. Visiting professor Institute Environmental Studies, Free University, Amsterdam, since 1996.


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  • Other Work

    • Author: Leopold von Ranke: The Theory of Practice of History, 1973, Bausteincurriculum Amerikakunde, A modular curriculum for teaching American Studies in German high schools, 1974-1976, Arbeitsbuch Amerikakunde, 1976, Educational Leave for Employees, European Experience, 1977, The Maastricht Treaty and the Winnipeg Principles on Trade and Sustainable Development, 1994, International Environmental Management, Trade Regimes and Sustainability, 1995. Co-author: Public Policy for Chemicals. National and International Issues, 1980, Global Product Chains: Northern Consumers, Southern Producers, and Sustainability, 1998.

      Rapporteur O.E.C.D. Revs. National Policies Education: Norway, 1976. Examiner O.E.C.D. Revs.

      National Policies Education: Austria, 1975. Principal drafter The World Trade Organization and Sustainable Development: An Indiana Assessment, 1996. Writer numerous technical reports.

      Contributor numerous articles to professional journals. Book reviewer medieval history and environmental policy.


Children: Johannes, Dorothea, Daniel, Jakob.

Helmuth James

Freya V. Moltke

Johannes Moltke

Dorothea Moltke

Daniel Moltke

Jakob Moltke