- Affiliated Lecturer, Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge
Joanna Depledge is an Affiliated Lecturer at the Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS), University of Cambridge.
Between 2003 and 2009, she was Sutasoma Research Fellow at Lucy Cavendish College. Joanna teaches and supervises on climate change for several courses at Cambridge, including on the Mphil in Fundamentals of International Environmental Law (Land Economy), and the MSt in International Relations (POLIS/Institute for Continuing Education).
Joanna is Managing Editor of the Climate Policy Journal (CPJ). She is also a regular contributor to the journal Environmental Policy and Law, on the climate change, ozone and International Whaling Commission (IWC) negotiations.
Joanna is a former staff member of the UN Climate Change Secretariat (1996-1998) and, up until 2002, she continued to work for the Secretariat as a consultant, providing support to the negotiations and preparing public information products. She has also worked as a writer for the Earth Negotiations Bulletin, reporting on climate change, ozone and biodiversity meetings.
Her main research interest lies in international climate change politics, and the international climate change negotiations. She also works on global negotiation processes more generally, notably on the ozone depletion and international whaling regimes.
She holds a PhD from University College London, an MSc (with distinction) in Development Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and a BSc (first class) in Geography from Cambridge University.
A full list of Joanna’s publications can be found on the University of Cambridge website.