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Peter Christoff

Associate Professor (Environmental Studies)
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life sciences & biomedicine
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Peter Christoff

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
Climate politics and policy
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Peter Christoff

 

Associate Professor Peter Christoff teaches in the School of Geography. A political scientist by training, his research and teaching concentrate on aspects of climate politics and policy, and environmental policy.

His recent work focuses on the implication of climate change for the welfare state, for finance and investment, and for biodiversity conservation. He has written about Australian climate mitigation politics, international climate negotiations and the United Nations climate treaty process, on globalization and the environment, on the Green State, and on ecological citizenship. His work is policy-oriented, and he has had involvement in national and sub-national climate policy processes. He was formerly a member of the Victorian Premier's Climate Change Advisory Group, and the Ministerial Reference Council on Climate Change Adaptation. Previously he was the Assistant Commissioner for the Environment in Victoria, and Vice-President of the Australian Conservation Foundation. He is currently on the Editorial Board of the journal Environmental Politics.

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Associate Professor (Environmental Studies)

Geography

Education

Education


Bachelor of Arts

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Graduate Diploma in Education

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Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

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