Dovev Levine is a Ph.D. candidate in the University of New Hampshire’s Natural Resources & Environmental Studies program. His research focuses on multilevel climate governance issues, particularly the policy innovation and experimentation existing within the civil society sector. In addition, he serves as an instructor for UNH’s Department of Political Science, and is a Climate Fellow for Clean Air-Cool Planet, a New Hampshire-based NGO. He is also the Academic Counselor for the UNH Graduate School.
Dovev recently published a chapter in the edited volume Changing Climates in North American Politics: Institutions, Policymaking, and Multilevel Governance (2009, Selin & VanDeveer Eds., MIT Press), and has also published an article in the Woodrow Wilson Center of International Studies “Occasional Paper Series” (2007) and a book review for the Review of Policy Research (2009). Dovev received his BA at UNH, and his MS at Northeastern University.