Max Callaghan

PhD student

 Max Callaghan

Max Callaghan is a researcher in the Applied Sustainability Sciences working group. He works on quantitative methods to interpret large collections of scientific research (or “Big Literature”) about climate change with a view to 

  • better understanding the science-policy interface, and
  • assisting researchers and assessment makers in synthesising knowledge

He completed his Master’s degree in Public Policy at the Hertie School of Governance in 2016.

Latest Publications

Ivanova, D., Barrett, J., Wiedenhofer, D., Macura, B., Callaghan, M., Creutzig, F., 2020

Quantifying the potential for climate change mitigation of consumption options

Environmental Research Letters
Type
Peer Review
Callaghan, M., Minx, J., Forster, P. M. , 2020

A topography of climate change research

Nature Climate Change
Type
Peer Review
Hilaire, J., Minx, J., Callaghan, M., Edmonds, J., Luderer, G., Nemet, G., Rogelj, J., del Mar Zamora, M., , 2019

Negative emissions and international climate goals—learning from and about mitigation scenarios

Climatic Change
Type
Peer Review
Lamb, W., Creutzig, F., Callaghan, M., Minx, J., 2019

Learning about urban climate solutions from case studies

Nature Climate Change
Type
Peer Review
Nemet, G.F., Callaghan, M.W., Creutzig, F., Fuss, S., Hartmann, J., Hilaire, J., Lamb, W.F., Minx, J.C., Rogers, S., Smith, P., 2018

Negative emissions—Part 3: Innovation and upscaling

Environmental Research Letters
Type
Peer Review