Biography

I am a PhD researcher studying European Union climate change policy at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research. My research focuses on the EU Emissions Trading System, its adaptability to changing circumstances, and the political and institutional factors which influence that adaptability.

 

Academic Background

University of Oxford - M.Sc. in Nature, Society, and Environmental Policy (2012)

Dissertation title: Framing Nature's Value: Defining Evidence in the UK National Ecosystem Assessment

Blekinge Institute of Technology (Sweden) - M.Sc. in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability (2008)

University of Florida (United States) - B.Sc. in Business Administration, Major in Economics (2007)

 

 

All Publications

Rayner, T., Moore, B.

(2016)

The EU Referendum and the UK Environment: An Expert Review (Climate Policy),

in The EU Referendum and the UK Environment: An Expert Review : How has EU membership affected the UK and what might change in the event of a vote to Remain or Leave?.

Economic and Social Research Council

UEA Repository

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