! In this friendly online forum, scholars share work in environmental and natural resource economics, followed by an optional happy half-hour. Talks are short and sweet—three papers per session, with 15–minute presentations followed by 5 minutes of friendly Q&A. We invite all to submit their work—especially junior folks, grad students, and scholars who identify as part of groups underrepresented in economics!
The Post-Masters Research Associate will work with CGS and our collaborators, as appropriate, to develop and apply robust and innovative research approaches to better understand pathways to reach challenging and ambitious climate and sustainability goals at international, national, and/or subnational levels. Such research approaches may include integrated quantitative analysis and modeling, empirical methods, qualitative and mixed methods, or other approaches to understanding energy systems, land use, non-CO2 climate forcers, and other topics at the center of climate policy and sustainability debates.