Dr. Peter Blaze Corcoran is Professor Emeritus of Environmental Studies and Environmental Education at Florida Gulf Coast University.
He has been a faculty member at College of the Atlantic, Swarthmore College, and Bates College. He has held appointments as a visiting professor at universities in Australia, The Netherlands, Fiji, Malaysia, and Kenya. He has long served as a Research Fellow at the Earth Charter Center for Education for Sustainable Development at University for Peace in San José, Costa Rica.
Peter is Senior Advisor to Unity Earth in Melbourne, Australia; Adjunct Professor of Environmental and Sustainability Education at University of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia; and member of the International Council for Environmental Economics and Development in New York City. Earth Ethics Institute at Miami Dade College has designated him as an Elder. He also serves on the Grant Selection Council of Purpose Earth, a new organization which supports community and environmental activism worldwide. He continues to be active as a scholar on a range of topics in educational and environmental studies through various chapters, journal articles, and lectures. His most recent book is Envisioning Futures for Environmental and Sustainability Education, Wageningen Academic Publishers (2017). He lives on Sanibel Island, Florida, and in Pemaquid, Maine.