Dr. Gliedt’s research examines questions related to sustainability in energy systems, water systems, communities and organizations. His studies focus on innovation in water systems, green decision-making in organizations, and drivers of energy performance improvements on Energy Star commercial properties. He has investigated the process of green community entrepreneurship, and is expanding that line of research to focus on the value creation process in sustainability oriented organizations. A textbook titled Sustainability in Transition: Principles for Developing Solutions, London: Routledge, with Dr. Kelli Larson from Arizona State University, was published in 2018.
******Dr. Gliedt is seeking graduate students interested in studying the relationships between entrepreneurship, innovation, and triple-bottom-line economic development, and sustainability transitions theory and practice. Dr. Gliedt is collaborating on a NOAA grant titled A Comparison of Hurricanes Harvey and Florence on Water Utilities Operations and Planning along with Dr. Mark Shafer (University of Oklahoma), Dr. Barry Keim (Louisiana State University), and Dr. Burrell Montz (East Carolina University). Please contact him for more information.******