Following undergraduate (B.Sc.) and graduate (M.E.Sc.) training in the environmental sciences, I pursued an interdisciplinary Ph.D. which drew from the disciplines of Global Environmental Politics (and International Relations), Science and Technology Studies, and Negotiations Theory.
My research has generally followed two arcs: one on the governance of hazardous chemicals and wastes, the other on science-policy interfaces especially in global environmental politics. My recent book (published in November 2019) brings these two research interests together in the case study on the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) and its POPs Review Committee. Below you'll find information on a selection of my published work.