Dr Fergus Green was a Postdoctoral Researcher on the Fair Limits Project, where he worked on the ethics and political philosophy of ecological limits. This work integrates Fergus’ two main research streams: normative political theory and the politics and governance of climate change. He has published widely on many aspects of the latter, including most recently the politics and governance of phasing out fossil fuels. Fergus completed his PhD in Political Theory at the London School of Economics & Political Science in October 2019. His doctoral thesis explored an under-theorised topic in the philosophy of public policy: how governments should deal with the transitional losers from policy and legal reforms.
Currently, Fergus is Research Officer at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change & The Environment, London School of Economics & Political Science.
Recent academic publications for Fair Limits:
- Green, F. (6-5-2021) Ecological Limits: Science, Justice, Policy, and the Good Life In: Philosophy Compass
- Green, F. & E. Brandstedt (21-9-2020) Engaged Climate Ethics. In: The Journal of Political Philosophy
- Green, F. (30-7-2020) Legal Transitions without Legitimate Expectations. In: The Journal of Political Philosophy
Other recent publications for Fair Limits:
- “Who’s afraid of “command and control”? Governing nature beyond market mechanisms.” Article with Ewan McGaughey on Green Economy Coalition
- “Xi Jinping’s pledge: Will China be carbon neutral by 2060?” Article on East Asia Forum
- “Let’s create Fossil Free Zones!” Blog on Medium.com