Laurence Delina is at the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future at Boston University where he leads a research project on the future of energy systems in developing countries. Delina's research is found in the intersections of environment and global change, public policy, governance and institutions, sustainable energy and international development, and climate actions. He is the author of Strategies for Rapid Climate Mitigation: Wartime mobilisation as policy model? (2016), Accelerating Sustainable Energy Transition(s) in Developing Countries: The challenges of climate change and sustainable development (2017), Climate Actions: Strategies for social mobilisation (2018), and Emancipatory Climate Actions: Strategies from histories  (2019). He is a member of the Board of Advisers for The Climate Mobilization. He received a Rachel Carson Fellowship in 2017 and was twice a Visiting Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School. Read more.