Languages: English Locations: Washington D.C. (open to travel)
David Morrow is an academic who works on climate ethics and climate policy. He is currently Director of Research for the Institute for Carbon Removal Law and Policy at American University and a Research Fellow at the Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy at George Mason University. Prior to moving to Washington, DC, David taught in the Philosophy Department and the Philosophy and Political Economy program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. After watching Drew Jones and Ellie Johnston useC-ROADS and En-ROADS at academic meetings, David began using both models to help people understand climate policy options. Drawing on more than a decade of teaching experience in higher education, hehas facilitated games and workshops with En-ROADS for college students, academics, and non-profit organizations. The highlight of his En-ROADS experience so far wasfacilitating a workshop in Nairobi for civil society organizations from across the Global South.