Walker Wells is an industry-leading expert in sustainability, green building,
and renewable energy. He has experience working with local governments,
affordable housing developers, and school districts across the country to
further sustainable development practices via technical assistance, charrettes and workshops, and developing public policy. He also is a lecturer in green urbansim and green development at the Claremont Colleges and the UCLA Urban Planning Program.
Walker holds Bachelor’s degrees in Sociology and Environmental Studies from the University of California Santa Barbara and a Master’s of City and Regional from the California Polytechnic University San Luis Obispo. He also studied at Lund University and the Lund PolyTechnic Institute School of Architecture in Sweden.
Master of City and Regional Planning, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies and Sociology, University of California Santa Barbara
Education Abroad Program, Lund University and Lund Polytechnic School of Architecture, Sweden
Extension Program in Landscape Architecture, University of California, Los Angeles