I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Environmental Science and Policy at UC Davis, working at the intersection of environmental economics and climate science. My research seeks to improve our understanding of the economic and social impacts of climate change and to better understand our ability to adapt to those impacts. To do this I combine econometric analysis, experimental approaches, climate model output, and economic modeling.
I post on Twitter @ClimateFran about climate change, economics, and science. Contact me at fmoore at ucdavis dot edu.
Some recent writing and coverage:
Volts podcast with David Roberts on modeling the climate-social system and the social cost of carbon
Nature News and Views on likely emissions pathways over the 21st century with Zeke Hausfather
Priorities for calculating the social cost of carbon for Nature
A long-form interview on Adam Sobel’s podcast Deep Convection
Thoughts on the past, present and future of climate change economics for Nature Climate Change