Areas of Specialization
Normative aspects of climate policy, climate justice, and the ethics of climate engineering.
David R. Morrow is a Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy at George Mason University and a Faculty Fellow with the Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment at American University. Morrow's research focuses on normative aspects of climate policy, especially on climate justice and the ethics of climate engineering.
Morrow has taught courses in moral and political philosophy, as well as courses in critical thinking, game theory, and economics.
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Recent Publications and Forthcoming Publications
Morrow, David R. & Toby Svoboda (2016) "Geoengineering and non-ideal theory." Public Affairs Quarterly 30(1): 83–102.
Morrow, David R. (forthcoming) "Fairness in allocating the global emissions budget." Environmental Values.
Lowesi, Cush Ngonzo, Dzigbodi Adzo Duke, and David R. Morrow (forthcoming) "Solar Geoengineering: Technology-Based Climate Intervention or Compromising Social Justice in Africa?" In Climate Justice and Geoengineering, ed. Christopher Preston (Rowman & Littlefield)
Morrow, David R. & Anthony Weston (2015) A Workbook for Arguments: A Complete Course in Critical Thinking, 2nd ed. (Hackett)