David M. Iwaniec is an Associate Professor of Sustainable Futures at the Urban Studies Institute, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University. The Sustainable Futures Lab integrates research, practice, and engagement to explore sustainable futures and the social-ecological-technological transformations needed to bring them about. He is a sustainability scientist researching anticipatory and systems approaches to advance urban sustainability, resilience, and justice. He conducts research to learn from and improve the governance of urban systems, including the co-development of sustainability solutions and transition pathways for positive futures of urban transformation.
Ph.D., School of Sustainability, Arizona State University
Sustainable Urban Systems: Anticipatory Governance, Climate Adaptation and Mitigation, Co-Production Research, Participatory Modeling, Scenario Development, Social-Ecological-Technological Systems, Transformative Resilience, Transitions Research, Urban Ecology
- The Interdisciplinary City (URB 8097 / URB 4097)
- Urban Environmental Sustainability (URB 9012)
- Urban Environments (URB 8060 / URB 4060 /GEOS 6020 / GEOG 4020)
- Urban Resilience Studio (GEOS 6097 / GEOL 4097 / GEOG 4097)