This page provides a snapshot of my work on climate change. You will find links to public presentations; research addressing private sector leadership on climate; efforts to shape and then translate the Paris Agreement; and a wealth of content exploring the nexus between human rights and climate change. Hyperlinks are provided to steer you to presentations, publications and media appearances in print, radio and television.
Please download, use as you see fit and feel free to send comments, questions, or suggestions.
Please note, consulting work done bilaterally with governments, companies, international organizations, non-profits and philanthropies is typically confidential, often subject to non-disclosure agreements, and so is not presented below.
The EPA annual climate lecture. Delivered at the Mansion House in Dublin at the invitation of the Environmental Protection Agency on 17 May, 2019.
New Climate Leadership for a Low Carbon, Climate Resilient Future. Delivered at the Ireland as a Leader in Climate Change conference, hosted by the Environmental Protection Agency at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on 15 May, 2019.
Sermon on climate change and human rights. Delivered at Grace Congregational Church, UCC in Rutland, Vermont on 17 February, 2019 to coincide with President’s Day weekend.
Women and Climate Change: Victims of climate risk and heroes of climate resilience. Delivered at Manchester Community Library in Manchester, Vermont on 9 May, 2018.
Paris to Portsmouth: Taking Action on Climate Change. Delivered at the 3S Artspace in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on 18th April, 2018. Available in three parts from PS21.
The Implications of the US withdrawal from the Paris Agreement. Delivered at Northshire Bookstore in Manchester, Vermont on 25 July, 2017.
Cameron, E. (2019) Business Adaptation to Climate Change and Global Supply Chains. The Global Commission on Adaptation (GCA). Manchester, VT.
Cameron, E., Arrighi, J., Monasso, F., Suarez, P., Jjemba, E., and Bachofen, C. (2019) Companies and Climate Resilience: Mobilizing the power of the private sector to address climate risks. Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre, Den Haag, Netherlands.
Cameron, E., Lemos, M., and Winterberg, S. (2018) Climate and Inclusive Economy: The Business Case for Action. Report. BSR, San Francisco.
Cameron, E., Prattico, E., and Harris, S (2018) Resilient Business, Resilient World: A research framework for private sector leadership on climate adaptation. Report. BSR, San Francisco.
Cameron, E. (2018) “Carbon pricing and climate justice: design elements for effective, efficient and equitable greenhouse gas emissions reductions”. In Jafry, T., (ed) Routledge Handbook of Climate Justice. London. Routledge.
Wei, D.; Cameron, E.; Harris, S.; Prattico, E.; Scheerder, G.; and Zhou, J. (2016) The Paris Agreement: What it Means for Business; We Mean Business; New York.
Cameron, E. (2016) Building Climate Justice: An analysis of how the nexus between climate change and human rights shapes public policy agendas and alternatives. Åbo Akademi University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Business and Economics, Human Rights. Turku, Finland.
Cameron, E., Wei, D, and Zhou, J. (2015) The Business Brief: Shaping a catalytic Paris Agreement. We Mean Business. New York.
Avory, B., Cameron, E., Erickson, C., Fresia, P. (2015) Climate Resilience and the Role of the Private Sector in Thailand: Case Studies on Building Resilience and Adaptive Capacity. BSR Report. BSR. Hong Kong.
Cameron, E.; Erickson, C.; Prattico, E; and Schuchard, R. (2015). Business in a Climate-Constrained World (Second Edition): Creating an Action Agenda for Private-Sector Leadership on Climate Change. BSR, San Francisco.
Cameron, E (2014) Key Findings from Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Fifth Assessment Report (IPCC AR5) for Agriculture. BSR, CPSL and Cambridge University Judge Business School, Cambridge.
Cameron, E; Erickson, C; and Schuchard, R (2014) Business in a Climate-Constrained World: Catalyzing a climate-resilient future through the power of the private sector. BSR, New York.
Cameron, E; Shine, T; and Bevins, W (2013) “Climate Justice: Equity and Justice Informing a New Climate Agreement.” WRI Working Paper. World Resources Institute, Washington DC and Mary Robinson Foundation — Climate Justice, Dublin.
Cameron, E. and Limon, M (2012) “Restoring the Climate by Realizing Rights”. Review of European Community and International Environmental Law (RECIEL). Volume. 21, issue 3. Wiley-Blackwell. London.
Cameron, E (2011) “Development, climate change and human rights”. World Bank Social Development Papers. Paper No 123. The World Bank. Washington, DC.
Cameron, E. (2010) “From the Margins to the Mainstream? Development, climate change and human rights”. Georgia Comparative Law Review Volume 38, Number 3. University of Georgia. Athens, GA.
Cameron, E. and McMahon, H. (2010) “The EU-China Partnership: Forging a new space on global climate change”. Jing Men (ed) Prospects and Challenges for EU-China Relations in the 21st Century. Peter Lang. Brussels.
Cameron, E. (2009) “Small Island Developing States at the Forefront of Global Climate Change.” In Worldwatch Institute (ed) State of the World Report 2009: Into a Warming World. WW Norton & Company. Washington, DC.
The News Project: From climate change to a better world. In-depth interview on Vermont Public Television on 26 July, 2019.
Press conference at UNFCCC COP21 in Paris with Lord Nicholas Stern.
Press conference at UNFCCC COP21 in Paris with the We Mean Business Coalition.
Interview with The Financial Times (paywall).
Interview with The Wall Street Journal (paywall).
Interview with The Associated Press.
Interview with China Central Television (CCTV) on the US national climate action (INDC)
Interview on China Central Television (CCTV) on the Chinese I national climate action plan (INDC)
Speech to World Business Council on Sustainable Development (WBCSD) Council Meeting at COP21 in Paris.
Interview with The Hindu.
Interview with The Irish Times.
Interview on National Public Radio (NPR)
Interview with Fortune.
Interview with Energy Wire.
Interview with Energy Post.
Interview on National Public Radio (NPR)
I authored a total of 64 blogs for BSR between 2013 and 2017. These can be found on my staff profile page. I also authored numerous blogs for the We Mean Business coalition during the same period. These are available here. A limited number of the blogs I authored while serving at the World Resources Institute as Director of International Climate are available from an archived WRI page here. Finally, I have written numerous blogs without a byline for various clients in recent years. This is an example taken from my work on climate policy with the World Business Council on Sustainable Development (WBCSD).