Mark Budolfson

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Visiting Scholar

Mark Budolfson is an Assistant Professor at Rutgers University in Environmental Health Sciences, Population-Level Bioethics, and Philosophy. He is also an Associate Member of the Princeton University Climate Futures Initiative (since 2014) and a Faculty Affiliate at the University of Vermont Gund Institute for Environment (since 2018). He has also served as a Research Fellow at the Australian National University's Centre for Moral Social and Political Theory, and as a Faculty Fellow in Residence at Harvard University's Edmond J. Safra Center. His research focuses on interdisciplinary issues in ethics, economics, and public policy, often in connection with sustainable development, planetary health, and collective action issues such as climate change.

Expertise: Climate Change; Development; Demographic Change; Public Health; International Trade & Finance

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