Professor of Practice, School of Natural Resources and Environment
Phone: (734) 647-6757
As a Professor of Practice, John DeCicco’s teaching and advising interests address energy use and greenhouse gas emissions from transportation as well as broader aspects of sustainable mobility and energy use. A main interest is the “cars vs. climate” problem, which he address in a holistic, interdisciplinary manner that examines the technological, economic, behavioral and policy factors that shape oil demand and GHG emissions from motor vehicles and fuels that power them. Such understanding will be crucial as society seeks globally viable solutions for sustainable transportation.