Lars Rosendahl Appelquist is Ph.D. fellow at the UNEP Risoe Centre in Denmark. He is currently researching ways to support climate change adaptation decisions related to infrastructure, urban planning and natural resource management. Along with this, he is working with carbon and energy finance and the Clean Development Mechanism, and has been involved in CDM capacity development in several African countries.
Previously, he has worked as Research Assistant at the UNEP Risoe Centre with carbon market analysis, the economics of carbon capture and storage in India and assessment of external costs of energy systems in developing countries. He has also been involved in the development of UNEP’s Global Environmental Outlook 4 report and functioned as Associate Youth Advisor for UNEP.
His educational background includes a M.Sc. in Geography from University of Copenhagen, graduate studies in climate and energy policy at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a B.Sc. in Physical Geography from University of Copenhagen.