B.Sc. (Botany and International Relations), University of Toronto
M.A. (Global Governance), University of Waterloo
A political scientist by training, I study how ideology and emotions shape political bargains over climate policy. My work also focuses on the applications of complex systems theory to political science and environmental policy. I co-direct the Program on Climate Governance and Policy in the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies Governance, Environment and Markets (GEM) lab, and am affiliated with the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication.