I am a Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research. My research focuses on the role of government-led transformations in rapid decarbonisation, European Union climate change policy, and the impact of Brexit on UK and EU environmental governance. I am also a climate policy associate of the Brexit & Environment network, a group of scholars providing independent research on how Brexit is affecting policy, governance and the environment.

Selected publications

Moore, B. & A. Jordan (2020). Disaggregating the dependent variable in policy feedback research: An analysis of the EU Emissions Trading System. Policy Sciences53, 291–307.

Jordan, A. & B. Moore (2020). Durable by design? Policy feedback in a changing climate. Cambridge University Press.

Dupont, C. & B. Moore (2019). Brexit and the EU in global climate governance. Politics and Governance7(3), 51–61.

Academic Background

University of Oxford - M.Sc. in Nature, Society, and Environmental Policy (2012)

Dissertation title: Framing Nature's Value: Defining Evidence in the UK National Ecosystem Assessment

Blekinge Institute of Technology (Sweden) - M.Sc. in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability (2008)

University of Florida (United States) - B.Sc. in Business Administration, Major in Economics (2007)



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