Todd’s research occurs at the intersection of economy and environment. His publications have looked at the political and economic contributors to GHG emissions across countries, the role of political and labor market institutions in helping or hindering societies achieve emissions reductions, and efforts by various social movement organizations to achieve social, economic and environmental justice. In his role as a labor educator with Rutgers LEARN, Todd organizes and convenes stakeholder meetings with diverse civil society groups including labor unions, climate justice organization, and faith-based groups, to seek consensus around various climate protection measures and to help build broad-based support for their implementation.
- Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations, Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations
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