Timmons Roberts is Ittleson Professor of Environmental Studies and Sociology at Brown University and the Executive Director of the Climate Social Science Network. He is the co-author and editor of fourteen books and edited volumes, and of over eighty articles and book chapters.
Received her PhD at Brown University in 2022, Dr. Falzon is currently an assistant professor of sociology at Rutgers, Danielle's research interests lie in climate change and human displacement with an emphasis on inequality and justice in climate policymaking.
At the CDL, Galen researched corporate influence over climate politics in the United States. He focused on the structure of the national-scale climate change countermovement and on data-driven analyses of corporate influence across several state legislatures.
Jared Heern is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Environment and Society at Brown University. He is also affiliated with the Climate Social Science Network. Heern's research focuses on energy and environmental politics and policy, primarily in the contexts of executive and legislative branch behavior, partisanship, interest groups, and public opinion and representation.
Mizan R. Khan
Dr. Mizan R. Khan is currently the Deputy Director at Int’l Centre for Climate Change & Development (ICCCAD), Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) & Programme Director, LDC Universities’ Consortium on Climate Change (LUCCC) at ICCCAD, Dhaka. He is a reviewer of many peer-reviewed journals like Climate and Development; World Development; Climate Policy; Environmental Politics, etc.
Ike Uri is a doctoral candidate in sociology and has been affiliated with the CDL since 2018. Within the CDL, Uri's research centers on international climate finance for adaptation and loss and damage, particularly within the UNFCCC. Beyond this, he focuses on urban climate risk and adaptation, primarily in India, considering how politics, forms of knowledge and expertise, and finance impact conceptualizations of risk and proposed climate solutions.