Joe F. Bozeman III


Dr. Bozeman is an industrial ecologist committed to fostering equitable climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies. His current work focuses on the sociodemographic impacts of the food-energy-water nexus, equity applications in energy and environmental systems, and urban carbon management strategies. Dr. Bozeman specializes in developing novel approaches, datasets, and policy proposals using core methodologies such as life cycle assessment, scenario analysis, and survey administration.

He spent over a decade in the public and private sectors as an energy and environmental practitioner before joining Georgia Tech as an Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering. As his courtesy appointment in the School of Public Policy suggests, Dr. Bozeman’s research involves cross-disciplinary collaboration. He has previously published award-winning content with psychology and economic experts, with public health experts, and intends to continue addressing the complex and ‘wicked’ challenges of our time in this manner.

  • Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation
  • Life Cycle Assessment
  • Food-Energy-Water Nexus
  • Equity, Justice, and Social-Inclusivity Applications
  • Sustainable Urban Systems
  • Ph.D. University of Illinois at Chicago 2020
  • M.S. Wright State University 2010
  • B.S. Wright State University 2008
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