Steven Moore

Steven Moore

Adjunct Lecturer

Overview

Prof. Steven Moore teaches Sustainability at the Smith School of Business, Queen’s University, in Canada. His international teaching includes the Bader International Study Centre, Herstmonceux Castle, U.K., and Queen’s courses in Environmental Policy in Costa Rica.

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Academic Area

  • Corporate Communications
  • Sustainability

Interest Topics

  • Behaviour & Psychology
  • Change Management
  • Communication
  • Economics
  • Energy
  • Ethics
  • Global Business
  • Social Impact & Sustainability
  • Strategy & Innovation

Highlights

Awards

Queen’s University, School of Environmental Studies - Students’ Choice Professor of the Year 2010-11 – Students’ Choice Professor of the Year 2014-15

Queen’s University Nominated: W.J. Barnes Teaching Award - the Arts & Science Undergraduate Society's Highest Tribute to an Individual for Teaching Excellence 2019

Faculty Details

Profile

Full Bio

Steven also teaches three courses (Sustainability, Environmental Policy, and Ecological Economics) at the Queen’s School of Environmental Studies and has been voted Student’s Choice Professor of the Year in Environmental Studies in 2010-11 for Sustainability and in 2014-15 for Ecological Economics, and has been nominated for the W.J. Barnes Teaching Award - the Arts & Science Undergraduate Society's Highest Tribute to an Individual for Teaching Excellence.

For Ducere Business School (www.Ducere.edu.au), he teaches in the MBA and Bachelor’s programmes at University of Canberra, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, and Torrens University Australia.

He has run an off-the-grid organic farm on solar power, designed and built an earth-sheltered home incorporating many sustainable features and has over 100 popular publications to his credit in the fields of environment and energy.

He owns and operates Moore Partners (a 20 kW microFIT solar photovoltaic energy producer).

Academic Degrees

Masters Degree Faculty of Environmental Studies (M.E.S.)
York University

Bachelor of Science Degree (B.Sc. Honors)
Michigan State University

Academic Experience

Smith School of Business, Queen’s University
Continuing Adjunct Faculty

Queen’s School of Environmental Studies
Continuing Adjunct Faculty

Faculty
University of Canberra
University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Torrens University Australia

Publications

Selected from 125 publications on sustainability, education, and the environment since 1992:

Determining appropriate feed-in tariff rates to promote biomass-to-electricity generation in Eastern Ontario, Canada (https://www.academia.edu/4441051/Determining_appropriate_feedin_tariff_rates_to_promote_biomass-to-electricity_generation_in_Eastern_Ontario_Canada )

Renfrew Biomass FIT Tariffs, Monieson Centre, Queen’s University
Lake Scugog Environmental Management Plan, Kawartha Conservation
Ganaraska Watershed Plan (Ed.), Ganaraska River Conservation Authority
IKEA; Best Practices in Sustainability, (Ed.), Toronto Region Conservation
Mountain Equipment Co-Op; Best Practices in Sustainability, (Ed.), Toronto Region Conservation
Home Depot; Best Practices in Sustainability, (Ed.), Toronto Region Conservation
Who In Their Right Mind Would Live Underground?, Notes from the Underground, Kingston Life
Our Watershed: How Healthy Are We?, (Ed.), Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority
Alternative Energy Report (Ed.), Toronto Region Conservation
Ecological Land Classification, (Ed.), Kawartha Conservation
Our Living City Strategy, Toronto and Region Conservation
MOE Response to Biedermann Packaging Inc. Fire, Hamilton Ministry of the Environment
Report on the Canadian Educational System, British Council
Report on Marketing Education Internationally, British Council
Humber River Plan (Ed.), Toronto Region Conservation
Pretty Poison, Health Naturally
Learning to Garden Organically, Earthkeeper Magazine
Battling the Giant Garden Pest, Earthkeeper Magazine

Teaching

Selected Courses Taught

  • ENSC 290 Ecological Economics, Queen’s School of Environmental Studies
  • ADMN 4986 The Green Economy, Laurentian School of Business
  • ENSC 311 Environmental Policy in Costa Rica, Queen’s Blyth Worldwide
  • COMM 409 Sustainability Measurement and Evaluation, Queen’s School of Business
  • ENSC 310 Environmental Policy, Queen’s School of Environmental Studies
  • ENSC 390 Sustainability, Queen’s School of Environmental Studies
  • MGBL 873 Global Sustainability, Queen’s Master of Global Management
  • ADMN 4057 Business Environment, Laurentian University School of Business
  • ADMN 4096 The Future of Business, Laurentian University School of Business
  • COMM 408 Sustainability Strategies and Practices, Queen’s School of Business
  • ADMN 4017 Tactics in Sustainability, Laurentian University School of Business
  • ADMN 4066 Business Ethics, Laurentian University School of Business
  • MBUS 800 Credit Officer Training Program – Queen’s School of Business MBA
  • MGBL 901 Special Projects – Queen’s Master of Global Management
  • ADMN 3100 Marketing a Small Business – Laurentian University School of Business
  • COMM 103 Business Management and Communications – Queen’s School of Business
2010 - Present: Teaching a Climate Change and Policy session in the Applied Sustainability and Policy Studies stream of the Queen’s Collaborative Masters Program in Applied Sustainability
2010 - 2013: Teaching Global Policy on Sustainability in the Masters of Global Management degree program, Queen’s School of Business

Presentations

Selected set from over 100 workshops and conference presentations since 2006

• Queen’s School of Business Centre for Responsible Leadership - Can North America Get Off Fossil Fuels
• Sustainable Kingston Green Building Symposium – Luncheon Keynote Speaker
• Queen’s Alma Mater Society – Investing for our Future
• Renfrew Biomass FIT Feasibility - 4th annual Conference on Biomass at Queen's University
• CEEC Conference 2011 Keynote Panel – Perspectives on Sustainability
• Queen’s Alma Mater Society “Strive” – Seminar on Consumption
• TIC Travel – Personal and Corporate Sustainability
• Conservation Ontario – Technical Writing
• Municipality of Greater Napanee – Managing and Leading in a Municipal Environment
• Municipality of Quinte West – Managing and Leading in a Municipal Environment
• Municipality of Belleville – Managing and Leading in a Municipal Environment
• Toronto and Region Conservation Authority – Writing Made Easier
• Queen’s MBA – Ethical Scholarship
• Municipality of Greater Napanee – Writing Faster, Easier, Better
• Chrysler Canada – The Salmon River Project

Awards

Teaching Awards

Queen’s University, School of Environmental Studies, Students’ Choice Professor of the Year (2010-11, 2014-15)

Queen’s University, Nominated: W.J. Barnes Teaching Award - the Arts & Science Undergraduate Society's Highest Tribute to an Individual for Teaching Excellence

Fellow: QIEEP

Service

Academic Service

2009 - Present: Member, Queen’s Sustainability Advisory Committee, reporting to the Principal on developing and implementing environmental policies at Queen’s
2009 - Present: Co-founder and mentor of Queen’s Water Access Group, instrumental in creating and implementing the Queen’s Goes Bottled Water Free campus policy to take effect in September 2012
2011: Consulting for Renfrew County Community Futures Development Corporation on how to use academic research to influence Ontario Power Authority’s biomass Feed-In Tariff Rate policy changes
2011: Co-Founder Tamworth Riverkeepers Shoreline Protection and Restoration of the Salmon River

Sustainability Service

  • Member, Queen’s Sustainability Advisory Committee
  • Member, Queen’s Carbon Action Plan Advisory Committee
  • Facilitator and Judge, Business Ethics Debates, Queen’s Centre for Responsible Leadership
  • Co-founder and Advisor, Queen’s Water Access Group
  • Member, Queen’s Centre for Responsible Leadership Steering Committee
  • Advisor and Coach, ENG 400 – TEAM
  • Advisor, TD Go Green Challenge Competition
  • Advisor, Queen’s Goes Bottled Water Free Implementation Plan

Memberships

Member: SWITCH Kingston’s Alternative Energy Cluster, www.switchkingston.ca

Member: Friends of the Salmon River, www.friendsofsalmonriver.ca

Community Partner: Sustainable Kingston, http://sustainablekingston.ca/index.html