Paul G. Harris (Ph.D., Brandeis) is a political scientist and the Chair Professor of Global and Environmental Studies at the Education University of Hong Kong. He is author or editor of many books on global environmental politics, policy and ethics, recently including Global Ethics and Climate Change, the Routledge Handbook of Global Environmental Politics and (forthcoming) Climate Change and Ocean Governance.

HarrisPhoto(small) copyProfessor Harris’s interests include climate change politics and policy, global environmental justice and the ethics of climate change, international environmental politics and environmental foreign policy, and other aspects of global and environmental affairs. His research has been supported by highly competitive research grants, and his work has been published in more than 100 journal articles and book chapters.

Professor Harris is currently associate editor of the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, a member of the editorial boards of Diplomacy and Statecraft and Environmental Humanities, a member of the Advisory Board of Global Change, Peace and Security, and a peer reviewer for a range of scholarly journals and academic publishers. He has served in a variety of academic positions, including as university department head and director of research centers, environmental studies programs and international research projects. He is currently a member of the Program and Advocacy Committee of Oxfam Hong Kong. He has taught at universities in Britain, Hong Kong and the United States.

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