Climate and Development Lab, Brown University
Trevor Culhane is a researcher in the Climate and Development Lab at Brown University. His research focuses on understanding how governmental and non-governmental actors mobilize to undermine climate action at the state-level in the U.S., with a particular focus on the energy industry in New England. Trevor graduated from Brown University in 2015 with a BA in Environmental Studies. As a resident of the Greater Boston Area, he is involved in efforts to protect Indigenous sovereignty and block new fossil fuel infrastructure.
Joshua A. Basseches, Rebecca Bromley‑Trujillo, Maxwell T. Boykoff, Trevor Culhane, Galen Hall, Noel Healy, David J. Hess, David Hsu, Rachel M. Krause, Harland Prechel, J. Timmons Roberts, Jennie C. Stephens. 2022. “Climate policy conflict in the U.S. states: a critical review and way forward,“ Climatic Change, 170(3-4).