Academic Working Group on International Governance of Climate Engineering
These are the 15 members of the Academic Working Group (AWG) on International Governance of Climate Engineering, an international group of senior academics taking a fresh look at governance of climate engineering research and potential deployment, with a focus on proposed solar radiation management/albedo modification technologies. For more about this project, please head to the Academic Working Group on International Governance of Climate Engineering project page.
Jolene Lin is on the Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong. Jolene’s research interests lie in environmental law and policy, transnational law and climate change. Her most recent research focuses on climate change law as a matter of … Read More
Catriona McKinnon, is Director of the Leverhulme Programme in Climate Justice and a Professor of Political Theory at the University of Reading, UK. Her research is focused on climate ethics and justice, with a particular interest in … Read More
Leslie Paul Thiele is Director of Sustainability Studies, Department of Political Science, University of Florida. His interdisciplinary research focuses on continental political thought, the intersection of political philosophy and the … Read More
Walter D. Valdivia is a senior fellow at the Consortium for Science Policy and Outcomes, Arizona State University, and a nonresident fellow in the Center for Technology Innovation at the Brookings Institution.
Valdivia's published … Read More
Paul Wapner is a Professor at the School of International Service, American University. Wapner’s research focuses on global environmental politics, environmental thought, transnational environmental activism, and environmental ethics. He … Read More