Tim Pfefferle

Tim is a graduate of the Global Governance and Diplomacy program at Oxford University, where he wrote his dissertation on fossil fuel divestment. He has worked on renewable energy policy in Gemany and Brazil, and currently blogs for the Foreign Policy Association about climate change and UN affairs.


Is Social Democracy Ever Coming Back?

Is social democracy in irreversible decline or does it need to be reimagined by different forces, such as the Greens?

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The Paris Climate Plan Is on Life Support: Can Negative Emissions Deliver on Global Climate Ambitions?

Post-Trump, should Greens embrace the potential of negative carbon emissions?

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The Divestment Movement: a Climate Policy Game Changer?

Where does the key to the divestment movement's success lie? And how much does the success of COP 22 depend on divestment?

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