Jeremy Schmidt is currently a post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Anthropology at Harvard University. His research examines the intersections of water policy, ethics and cultures of governance. He holds degrees in philosophy, geography and theology. His policy work has focused primarily on Alberta, while his current research examines the historical philosophy of water management and the lessons it offers for understanding how we should live on a human dominated planet. He has a small research website/blog where a full list of his publications as well as contact details can be found: www.jeremyjschmidt.com
- 2013. Schmidt, Jeremy J. and Dan Shrubsole. Modern water ethics: implications for shared governance. Environmental Values 22(3): 359-379.
- 2013. Schmidt, Jeremy J. Integrating water management in the Anthropocene. Society and Natural Resources 26(1): 105-112.
- 2013. Groenfeldt, David and Jeremy J. Schmidt. Ethics and water governance. Ecology and Society 18(1): 14. [Open URL] http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol18/iss1/art14/
- 2012. Schmidt, Jeremy J. “Scarce or insecure? The right to water and the ethics of global water governance.” In, The right to water: politics, governance and social struggles, F. Sultana and A. Loftus (Eds). London: Routledge. Pp. 94-109.
- Brown, Peter G. and Jeremy J. Schmidt (Eds). Water ethics: foundational readings for students and professionals, Washington: Island Press.