- Climate Engineering: A Normative Perspective, Lexington Books (2019).
- “Justifying an Intentional Species Extinction: The Case of Anopheles gambiae,” Environmental Values(forthcoming). Co-author: Yasha Rohwer.
- “Assessing Climate Policies: Catastrophe Avoidance & the Right to Sustainable Development,” Politics, Philosophy & Economics (forthcoming). Co-author: Darrel Moellendorf.
- “Bednets or Biotechnology: To Rescue Current Persons or Research for the Future?” Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences (forthcoming).
- “The Ethical Landscape of Gene Drive Research,” Bioethics (2019).
- “The Slippery Slope Argument against Geoengineering Research,” Journal of Applied Philosophy (2019).
- “The Potential for Climate Engineering with Stratospheric Sulfate Aerosol Injections to Reduce Climate Injustice,” Journal of Global Ethics (2018). Co-authors: Toby Svoboda, Peter Irvine, Masa Sugiyama.
- “Institutional Legitimacy and Geoengineering Governance,” Ethics, Policy, & Environment (2018).
- “Solar Geoengineering and Democracy,” Global Environmental Politics (2018). Co-authors: Joshua Horton, Jesse Reynolds, Holly Jean Buck, Stefan Schaefer, David Keith, Steve Rayner.
- “Brain Drain, Contracts, and Moral Obligation,” Moral Philosophy and Politics (2016).
- “Climate Engineering,” in Pellegrino & Di Paola (eds.) Handbook of the Philosophy of Climate Change, Springer (in progress).
- “Gene Drive Ethics,” for Rebeca Carballar-Lejarazú (ed.) Mosquito Gene Drives and the Malaria Eradication Agenda, Jenny Stanford Publishing (in progress).
Articles under Review
- “The Risks and Benefits of COVID Challenge Trials.” Co-authors: Athmeya Jayaram & Jacob Sparks.
Works in Progress (drafts available upon request)
- “On the Conceptual Plausibility of Intergenerational Legitimacy.”
- “Legitimacy Assessments: Identifying, Specifying, and Balancing Normative Criteria.”
- Review of Toby Svoboda’s The Ethics of Climate Engineering, in Ethics, Policy, & Environment (2019).
- Review of Aaron Maltais and Catriona McKinnon’s The Ethics of Climate Governance, in Environmental Ethics (2017).
- Review of David Keith’s A Case for Climate Engineering & Mike Hulme’s Can Science Fix Climate Change? in Global Justice: Theory, Practice, Rhetoric (2015).
- “Gene Drive Policy” Agenda for International Development (2019).
- “Researching at the Top of a Slippery Slope?” Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment (2019).
- “How to Legitimately Govern Geoengineering,” Carnegie Climate Geoengineering Governance Initiative(2019).
- “1.5°C: What’s the Big Deal?” Agenda for International Development (2019).
- “Future Climate Policy and the Right to Sustainable Development,” Agenda for International Development (2018).
- “Technologies for a Stable Future Climate,” Agenda for International Development (2017). Co-author: Dominic Lenzi.
- “US Climate Policy under President Trump: Why the Sky is Dark but not Falling,” Agenda for International Development (2016).
- “Combating Climate Change with Geoengineering,” Agenda for International Development (2016).
- “Adaptation after the Paris Negotiations: Who Ought to Foot the Bill?” Agenda for International Development (2015).
- “Climate Change: The Alternatives to Mitigation and Adaptation” Agenda for International Development(2020).
- “El Acuerdo de Paris,” Interview (in Spanish) with Paula Campos of Radio Universidad Chile (2016).