Anthony (Tony) Harding is a postdoctoral fellow researching the intersection of innovative technologies and climate policy. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Georgia Institute of Technology, where his research focused on climate and energy economics, and earned a BS from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Math and Physics. His research applies both econometrics and economic modelling to evaluate climate policy and climate impacts. Tony’s most recent work estimates the distribution of economic impacts of solar geoengineering across countries and compares it to the impacts of climate change. His current interests include the design of effective international climate governance structures and the measurement of the value of scientific learning.