About

PAUL G. HARRIS (www.paulgharris.net) is the Chair Professor of Global and Environmental Studies at the Education University of Hong Kong. His research explores global and environmental politics, policy and ethics. Most of his work focuses on climate change, especially climate governance and justice. For more information on his research, please visit the following webpage: www.paulgharris.net/research

Professor Harris’s work has been published widely. He has written over 100 scholarly journal articles and book chapters, and he is author and editor of many books, including International Equity and Global Environmental Politics (Routledge/Ashgate), World Ethics and Climate Change (Edinburgh University Press), Environmental Policy and Sustainable Development in China (Bristol University Press/Policy Press), What’s Wrong with Climate Politics and How to Fix It (Polity), Global Ethics and Climate Change (Edinburgh University Press), Climate Change and American Foreign Policy (St. Martin’s Press/Palgrave Macmillan), The Environment, International Relations and U.S. Foreign Policy (Georgetown University Press), International Environmental Cooperation (University Press of Colorado), Global Warming and East Asia (Routledge), Confronting Environmental Change in East and Southeast Asia (United Nations University Press/Earthscan), Europe and Global Climate Change (Edward Elgar), Environmental Change and Foreign Policy (Routledge), Climate Change and Foreign Policy (Routledge), The Politics of Climate Change (Routledge), China’s Responsibility for Climate Change (Bristol University Press/Policy Press), Ethics and Global Environmental Policy (Edward Elgar), the Routledge Handbook of Global Environmental Politics (Routledge), Ethics, Environmental Justice and Climate Change (Edward Elgar), Climate Change and Ocean Governance (Cambridge University Press) and A Research Agenda for Climate Justice (Edward Elgar). He is co-editor of The Global Politics of AIDS (Lynne Rienner) and the Routledge Handbook of Environment and Society in Asia (Routledge).

For a complete list of Professor Harris’s books, see www.paulgharris.net/books

For a complete list of Professor Harris articles and book chapters, see www.paulgharris.net/articles

Professor Harris’s ORCID record can be found at https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3647-5692