An interdisciplinary scholar in the law, planning, and governance of land use, water, and the environment, Tony Arnold has received many awards for teaching and mentoring students and for the national and international impact of his research. He directs the Resilience Justice Project, concerned with environmental justice in marginalized communities. An avid hiker and horseback rider, Arnold has lived in Kansas, Texas, Puerto Rico, California, Wyoming, Florida, and Kentucky. He has practiced law, served in numerous community and government leadership roles, and is an ordained elder and deacon in the Presbyterian Church-USA. Arnold attributes his interests in environmental conservation and justice to his faith.