Cameron Hepburn is a James Martin Fellow in Climate Policy at Oxford University and the Elizabeth Wordsworth Junior Research Fellow at St Hugh’s College, Oxford. He has an academic background in three disciplines: he holds first class degrees in Law and Chemical Engineering from Melbourne University, and an MPhil and DPhil in Economics from Oxford University. In addition to his teaching and research at Oxford, he is actively involved in public policy as a member of the DEFRA Academic Panel. He also contributed two background research papers to the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change, one of which concerned the economics of discounting. He is a director of Vivid Economics, a consultancy, and Climate Bridge, a company that reduces greenhouse gas emissions in China. Cameron can occasionally be heard on BBC Radio 4 (talking) and has also been heard on BBC Radio 3 (singing).