The aim of this website is to make ideas from climate ethics accessible, for more information about this see the home page.
My thesis was on the ethics of geoengineering governance. Hence the initial focus of this website will be making ideas about geoengineering governance accessible.
My background is one of Political Philosophy. I have just completed my PhD in Politics as a Leverhulme Climate Justice Scholar. The title of my Thesis is ‘Geoenigeneering Governance: addressing the problems of Moral corruption, moral hazard and intergenerational inclusion’. During my PhD I have presented at many national and international conferences, I have co-authored a book chapter on climate justice and animal rights as well as publishing book reviews on contemporary works on climate justice.