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Ph.D., International Relations, American University; LLM, University of Waikato (New Zealand)
Non-resident senior fellow
Professor Nicholson's research and teaching focus on the politics of food and agriculture, global environmental and energy politics, the political and social implications of geoengineering, and issues to do with emerging technologies.
Area of Expertise:
global food politics, geoengineering, climate change, climate engineering
Simon Nicholson is a member of the global environmental politics faculty. His work focuses on global food politics and the politics of emerging technologies, including climate engineering (or "geoengineering") technologies. He is co-founder of the Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment, a scholarly initiative of the School of International Service.
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