David G. VictorProfessor at the School of International Relations and Pacific Studies and Director of the School’s new Laboratory on International Law and Regulation (former)
An article by PESD research fellow Varun Rai and affiliated faculty David Victor featured in the First Quarter 2010 issue of IAEE Energy Forum
PESD research fellow Varun Rai and PESD affiliated faculty David Victor's article titled "Identifying Viable Options in Developing Countries for Climate Change Mitigation: The Case of India" offers a framework for identifying viable and credible climate change mitigation actions in developing countries.
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in the news
Researcher Jeremy Carl and PESD affiliate David Victor are quoted in a two-part article series on coal in India, "India's Roaring Eonomy is Hitched to a Galloping Addiction to Coal" and "India's Future Energy Business Plan -Shop the World for More Coal." Read more »
The Boston Review releases Victor and Morse's "Living With Coal"Op-ed: The Boston Review on September 9, 2009
David Victor and Richard Morse explain why coal, the world's fastest growing fossil fuel and leading source of greenhouse gas emissions, is here to stay and how climate policy can tackle this problem. Their piece is also featured in Engineering World's October/November 2009 issue.
Rai and Victor's paper published in Economic and Political Weekly
In a paper released in the 1 August 2009 issue of the Economic and Political Weekly Varun Rai and David Victor outline a strategy to inform which efforts in India offer the most leverage on emissions warming gases and which are most credible because they align with India's own interests.
in the news: Green Inc. Blog New York Times on June 22, 2009
Green Inc. Blog follows David Victor's ruminations on geo-engineering and his call for governments and policymakers to take the topic seriously. Read more »