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Daniel Rosenbloom

PhD Candidate

Daniel is a PhD candidate in public policy at Carleton University. Drawing on transition and political perspectives, his research examines the politics of low-carbon transition pathways with the aim of informing strategies to navigate barriers to low-carbon innovation and accelerate transformative possibilities. His research interests principally revolve around: the way contestation over alternative choices helps define decarbonization pathways; the political economy of climate-energy issues; coalitions and the strategic use of language surrounding energy innovations; and, the role of experimentation in stimulating transitions. He has published in Global Environmental Change, Research Policy, Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, Energy Policy, along with other prominent scholarly journals.

You can access a selection of Daniel’s research papers here…