Executive Director, MIT Centre for Energy and Environmental Policy Research (CEEPR), USA
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Research Interests: Energy and environmental regulation, climate finance, carbon pricing, emissions trading
Background: Michael Mehling is Executive Director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he facilitates research across MIT on the policy implications of energy, climate change, and the environment. He holds a simultaneous appointment as a Research Scientist with the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI). Previously, he was President of the Ecologic Institute in Washington DC, an environmental think tank with partner offices in Berlin and Brussels, and held research and teaching posts at Georgetown University and the Universities of Greifswald, Helsinki and Constance. He is also the founding editor of the Carbon & Climate Law Review, the first academic journal focused on legal aspects of climate change, and has authored a number of contributions to edited volumes and peer-reviewed journals. Recent publications include the co-edited volume Climate Change and the Law (Springer, 2013). Trained as an attorney, Michael specializes in legal and institutional aspects of energy and environmental policy, with a focus on policy instruments for climate change mitigation and adaptation, climate and energy finance, and interlinkages with the international trade regime. He has led a number of advisory projects on these issues for intergovernmental organizations, government agencies, and private companies in Europe, North America, and the developing world
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