Job Taminiau

Ph.D Candidate, CEEP

Job Taminiau is a Ph.D. candidate at CEEP and has a bachelor’s degree in biology and a Master’s degree in Energy and Environmental Science, both from the University of Groningen, The Netherlands. Job Taminiau received a climate policy thesis award from CE Delft for his Master thesis. During the year-and-a-half employment at the Joint Implementation Network as a researcher he gained experience in the energy and environmental policy field and contributed to a book on new and innovative solutions to climate change. His research interests revolve around the topic of international climate change policy making and is more specifically focused on decision-making structures from a political ecology perspective. The social origin and consequences of the issue of climate change – and, therefore, the extent of social change needed to address this issue – is a mainstay consideration in his research.

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