Harriet Bulkeley is a Lecturer in the Department of Geography, Durham University, UK. Her work focuses on the nature and processes of environmental governance. She has written extensively on the responses of municipalities to the challenges of climate change (with Michele Betsill and Kristine Kern in Environmental Politics, International Studies Quarterly, Global Governance, and Urban Studies), and is co-author with Michele Betsill of Cities and Climate Change: Global Environmental Governance and Urban Sustainability. Her wider research interests encompass an understanding of the processes of environmental policy (with papers in Environment and Planning C, Environment and Planning A, and Political Geography), and urban sustainability (with papers in Local Environment and the Journal of Environmental Policy and Politics). She is currently associated with a research project at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research seeking to examine the role of actors outside the climate change regime in shaping climate governance post-2012.
Susanne C. Moser is a researcher at the Institute for the Study of Society and Environment at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, CO, USA. Her work focuses on climate change impacts and societal responses (see, e.g., her 2005 paper on US state-level responses to sea-level rise in Global Environmental Change (15: 353–369); she has also written about the communication of climate change in support of societal response (see, e.g., her 2004 article with Lisa Dilling in Environment (46 : 32–46), and, with co-editor Lisa Dilling, has an anthology on this topic, Creating a Climate for Change (2006) at Cambridge University Press (see: http://www.isse.ucar.edu/communication/).