As my teaching resume shows in more detail, I have a wide range of teaching experience across several countries and a few continents. I initially taught the full range of micro and macro economics courses at the undergraduate level as well as specialist courses on the environment and economics at both under and post graduate levels. I was a lecturer at Stirling University in the Economics Department and then at Cambridge in Land Economy. After that I took a research chair at Aberdeen and afterwards took a pure research post in Australia, which combined meant no teaching for 10 years. My current job entails teaching hours that equate to four courses per semester. A core part of that teaching is on the Socio-Ecological Economics & Policy (SEEP) M.Sc. of which I am the deputy programme director.
I also currently teach a Climate Change Strategy Role Play on the M.A. in International Management (CEMS). This involves students in recreating the negotiations of UN Framework Convention on Climate Change through an international two and a half day meeting. The course is designed to educate students as to the science and economics of human induced climate change as well as the policy debates and country positions.