Dr Pedro Fidelman is an Australia-based scholar in the field of environmental social science with a particular interest in policy, institutions and management in the context of environmental governance. His research focuses on the role of institutions (e.g., regulations, norms, and decision-making processes) in addressing contemporary environmental and sustainability issues (e.g., over-exploitation of natural resources, decline in ecosystem conditions and climate change). It also focuses on the process of policy making and associated social and political actors and contextual factors. Pedro is Cluster Leader (Climate Change) for the ESG Taskforce on Ocean Governance and a Lead Author (Policy and Governance) for the United Nations Environment Program Global Environment Outlook 6.
Pedro’s research profile and list of publications can be accessed on http://pedrofidelman.com