Roland Kupers

Roland is an advisor on Complexity, Resilience and Energy Transition, Professor of Practice at Arizona State University. He is a global advisor on methane at UNEP and a senior science advisor to the Environmental Defense Fund.


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The Bumpy Ride

Roland Kupers argues that fixing the climate crisis will necessarily be turbulent. Our current approach to the climate problem falls well short of what is objectively required, but that does

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The ifs and buts of Hydrogen

Hydrogen may be useful, but how green can it really be? asks Roland Kupers. It has been used for centuries: from lifting the balloon that Jacques Charles floated over Paris

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An inconveniently complex truth

Roland Kupers tells how complexity characterises climate policy questions. And how it also provides answers. The world’s governments in 2015 made a radical shift in the principles that governed their

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