[Forthcoming]. “Political Legitimacy in the Democratic View: The Case of Climate Services.” Philosophy of Science

[Forthcoming]. “Looking Forward and Backward at Extreme Event Attribution in Climate Policy.” Ethics, Policy, & Environment 

[Forthcoming]. “Saving the Data.” The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (Available here)

[2020]. “The Ultimate Cost of Carbon.” Climatic Change (with co-authors David Archer and Edwin Kite, available here)

[2020]. “Should individual extreme events be attributed to human agency?” in Contemporary Climate Change Debates, Mike Hulme (ed.), Routledge. (Publisher link)

[2019]. “Incorporating User Values into Climate Services.” Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (with co-author Wendy Parker) (Available here)

[2017]. “The Social Utility of Event Attribution: Liability, Adaptation, and Justice-Based Loss and Damage.” Climatic Change 143 (1–2):201–12. (Available here)

[2016]. “Computer Simulation and the Features of Novel Empirical Data.” Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A Vol. 56 145-152. (Available here)


I currently have several papers in various phases of the review process. Please feel free to contact me regarding works in progress.


[2019]. “Philosophy and Climate Science, by Eric Winsberg.” The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science Review of Books (Available here)

[2016]The Ecological Footprint, by Andrea Collins and Andrew Flynn.” Science and Public Policy (Available here)

[2014]. “A Vast Machine, by Paul N. Edwards.” Annals of Science Vol 71:2 (Available here)

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