Connor Chung is a Research Associate at IEEFA. His work focuses on the intersection of climate change and financial risk, and on protecting investors, markets, and the public from the economic uncertainties associated with fossil fuel reliance.
Connor has broad experience working with policymakers, advocates, and institutional investors. His commentary, analysis, and writing on energy- and climate-related issues have been featured in outlets such as the Financial Times, Fast Company, Foreign Policy, and Project Syndicate, as well as cited before legislatures and in legal proceedings.
He graduated summa cum laude from Harvard University, where much of his studies focused on the history and political economy of climate change. A proud upstate New Yorker, he is an amateur baker and gardener in his spare time.