Area(s)Community + Regional Planning
Bill Fleming teaches environmental planning at the University of New Mexico with a special interest in watershed management. His most recent publications are based on watershed conservation work in Nepal over several decades, quantifying the benefits of a living roof on the School of Architecture and Planning, and the contributions of Aldo Leopold to environmental planning in New Mexico. Bill’s current research involves the impacts of climate change in northern New Mexico, ecosystem services provided by Acequia systems, and modeling the benefits of green space in Albuquerque. In the CRP Program he coordinates the concentration in natural resources and environmental planning, and and twice received the dean’s award for excellence in teaching. As a Fulbright Scholar, he taught watershed conservation at the Escuela Politecnica Nacional in Quito, Ecuador.