Teaching and research
Chris Huhne has lectured on climate change for the Cambridge University Sustainability masters and on the international climate change negotiations at Cambridge University on the new Masters in Public Policy course. He participates in the energy transition forum set up by the US German Marshall Fund, a Washington-based think-tank. His research interests include environmental economics, macro-economics and populist politics.
Chris has delivered lectures for a wide-ranging group of institutions such as the Danish Foreign Policy Society, Central Bank of Thailand, Chatham House and the Royal Society.
He has been a visiting fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford, a council member of the Royal Economics Society, and took a first class degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics at the University of Oxford. He also studied for a certificat at the Sorbonne in Paris.