Simone Pulver

Associate Professor (Climate change politics)

My research focuses broadly on the engagement of non-state actors, i.e. firms, non-governmental organizations and scientific experts, in climate change politics at international and national levels and in industrialized and developing-country settings. My first research project focused on the roles played by transnational oil corporations and transnational environmental advocacy NGOs in the UN climate negotiations.
Current Projects:
I am currently directing an NSF funded project that investigates clean energy investments by developing-country firms in India and Brazil under the Kyoto Protocol's Clean Development Mechanism. I also have an ongoing project that maps climate policy networks in Mexico.

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