MSCL Colloquium: "When Does the Public Support Ambitious Climate and Environmental Policy?"
This June, the MSCL started its Colloquiums series – an open place for
discussion and academic reflection on science communication and planetary
health. The aim is to have an open space for intellectual thought and
reflection on this multidisciplinary topic for the community, students, and
On November 29th at 13:00 (German time), Dr. Lukas Rudolph will debate the
question “When Does the Public Support Ambitious Climate and
His research covers political behavior, preference formation, and the role
of institutions from a comparative political economy perspective. He has a
specific interest in environmental politics and environmental behavior.
He is co-leading a project with Vally Koubi (ETH Zurich, SNF-funded) on
Climate Risk, Land Loss, and Migration: Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment in
His work has been published in The Journal of Politics, the British Journal
of Political Science, the European Journal of Political Research, the
Journal of European Public Policy, Political Science Research and Methods,
Journal of Peace Research and Political Behavior amongst others.
This is an online event carried out in English. However, questions in
German are also welcomed. We look forward to your participation in our
lively after-talk discussion! If you haven’t yet, please register here in