…to be updated.
I delivered two presentations – one on our article on carbon pricing revenues published in Nature Climate Change, and the other on a working paper evaluating the effectiveness of carbon pricing policies at reducing aggregate emissions across 27 OECD countries.
Time: February 14-15, 2019
Place: India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India
King’s College Research Seminar on Causation and Climate Change.
Invited to discuss and debate the use (and abuse) of causal reasoning among actors in the political sphere, particularly by those who doubt or deny the science of anthropogenic climate change.
Time: January 31, 2019
Place: King’s College, University of Cambridge, UK.
Place: Queen’s College, University of Oxford, UK
The theme for the 2018 annual conference of the American Political Science Association (APSA) was Democracy and its Discontents. I presented a paper, ‘Perceptions of Corruption, Political Distrust, and the Weakening of Climate Policy’, in the panel, ‘Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies’ in the Science, Technology & Environmental Politics division of APSA.
Time: September 2018
Place: Boston Marriott Hotel.
Invited to give a seminar at the Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance (C-EENRG) on the topic, ‘Sensitive intervention points in supply-side climate policy’.
Time: March 2018
Place: David Attenborough Building, University of Cambridge, UK.
Invited to debate Johannes Lenhard on the topic, ‘Universal basic income: a solution to precarious work?’
Invited for a panel discussion on the question, ‘How do we measure the impact of climate change?’
King’s College Research Exchange Evening, Feb 2017
Invited for a cross-disciplinary panel discussion on ‘Commons: Boundaries, Networks, Encounters’.
Invited to give a research seminar at the Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance (C-EENRG) on the topic, ‘Climate policy backsliding – can it be avoided under democracy?’
Intellectual Refuge and Shelter from Persecution, Jan 2016
500th Anniversary of the King’s Chapel, Oct 2015
Moderated a conference panel in the King’s College Chapel on the occasion of its 500th anniversary, during which speakers debated the topic, ‘How far ahead should societies plan?’
Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations 2014, Tokyo, Japan
UNFCCC COP 19, 2013, Warsaw, Poland
Meeting of the UNFCCC, 2013, Bonn, Germany