Henrik Selin, Ph.D., Associate Professor of International Relations, Boston University Pardee School of Global Studies; Director of Curricular Innovation & Initiatives, Pardee School of Global Studies.
Henrik Selin’s research focus is global and regional politics and policy on environment and sustainable development. He has authored, co-authored and co-edited books on climate change policy and environmental issues, and he has also written numerous articles for the general public on climate change policy.
Dr. Selin appeared on SftPublic’s Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations March 29, 2016 to discuss Making a Global Plan for Climate Change, with emphasis on the recent Paris Climate Agreement and the prospects of actually implementing a global plan to address climate change. He explained why public engagement and pressure will be essential to establishing a viable climate policy, especially in view of the reluctance –and resistance– of vested interests, certain nations and/or politicians.
Dr. Selin’s July 28, 2017 SftPublic mini-documentary Why We Need an International Plan on Climate Change
Dr. Selin’s article in The Conversation on Trump’s June 2017 exit from the Paris accord : Trump’s Exit of Paris Climate Accord Strengthens China and Europe
Dr. Selin on PRI’s The World March 2016: The next president could make or break the Paris climate agreement
Recent articles by Henrik Selin:
Dr. Selin has authored/co-edited several books: Global Governance of Hazardous Chemicals: Challenges of Multilevel Management (MIT Press), Changing Climates in North American Politics: Institutions, Policy Making and Multilevel Governance (Co-editor w/Stacy VanDeveer, MIT Press) and Transatlantic Environment and Energy Politics: Comparative and International Perspectives (Co-editor w/Miranda Schreurs and Stacy VanDeveer, Ashgate Press).