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Maciej Filip Bukowski is a climate diplomacy and energy security expert, and a PhD candidate at the Institute of Political Science and International Relations at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow. His upcoming PhD examines how climate change policies, especially those concerning the scaling up hydrogen, are expected to affect the great power competition between and geopolitical potentials of the EU, the US and China. Maciej has published and spoken extensively on the geopolitics of climate change. His latest peer-reviewed scholarship looks at how the Game Theory and the Nash Equilibrium in particular can be employed to safeguard the global climate agenda against national geopolitical interests undermining it.

Maciej is a Transatlantic Security Initiative Fellow at the International Repunlican Institute, an Aspen Institute CE Young Leader and a James S. Denton fellow at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). He is also a climate and energy expert at CEPA, in which capacity he writes regularly for its online journals Bandswith and the Edge dedicated to tech and geopolitics. A former international energy disputes lawyer and a graduate of Cornell and Sorbonne law schools, he was a chief expert for the Polish Ministry of Climate and Environment and is currently a senior international analysis expert for the Polish development bank, BGK.

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