Dr. Dominic Lenzi

Researcher

Dr. Dominic Lenzi

Dr. Dominic Lenzi is a post-doctoral researcher in the working group Scientific Assessments, Ethics, and Public Policy (SEP). He is a philosopher working on ethical and political issues raised by climate change and the preservation of the global commons. Dominic’s current research focuses upon topics relating to resource rights and global justice, and the ethics of negative emissions.

His other philosophical interests include topics in ethical philosophy such as the nature of the good life and the justification of moral values, along with associated topics in political philosophy and ancient Greek philosophy. He completed his PhD at the University of Melbourne in 2015.

 

Latest Publications

Minx, J.C., Lamb, W.F., Callaghan, M.W., Fuss, S., Hilaire, J., Creutzig, F., Thorben Amann, Beringer, T., Garcia, W. de O., Hartmann, J., Khanna, T., Lenzi, D., [...], Vicente, J.L.V., Wilcox, J., Dominguez, M. del M.Z., 2018

Negative emissions—Part 1: Research landscape and synthesis

Environmental Research Letters
Type
Peer Review
Lenzi, Dominic, 2017

Relativism, Ambiguity and the Environmental Virtues

Environmental Values
Type
Peer Review
Kowarsch, M.; Garard, J.; Riousset, P.; Lenzi, D.; Dorsch, M.J., Knopf, B.; Harrs, J.-A. Edenhofer, O., 2016

Scientific assessments to facilitate deliberative policy learning

Palgrave Communications
Type
Peer Review

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