The Roles of the State in International Climate Policy

My research examines the conditions for international collaboration on climate change, with a focus on the roles of the state in an increasingly decentralized climate policy landscape. I am interested in how states portray climate change as a political problem and what modes of governance they propose to remedy this problem. 

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  • 2016
    PhD Student
  • 2016
    Master’s degree in International and European Relations
  • 2015
    Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science

Research

A Global Potluck: Cross-National Patterns of State Engagement and Performance in the New Landscape of International Climate Cooperation

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Environmental Science 

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