Luke is a lecturer in climate and environmental policy at both the Fenner School of Environment and Society and Crawford School of Public Policy. He holds both a doctorate in international relations and political science (2016) and a bachelor of interdisciplinary studies with first class honours from the ANU (2011). His thesis research used systems dynamics to analyse the role of the US and potential for semi-global agreements in international environmental governance. His current work covers a range of topics including post-Paris climate policy and intergenerational governance.
Luke is also a freelance consultant with Vivid Economics and numerous other government, non-government and multilateral organisations. He is a regular media commentator with numerous outlets such as the Conversation.
Kemp, Luke. 2016. “US-Proofing The Paris Climate Agreement”, Climate Policy, DOI 10.1080/14693062.2016.1176007
Kemp, Luke. 2015. “Framework for the Future: Exploring the possibility of majority voting in the climate negotiations”, International Environmental Agreements, DOI 10.1007/s10784-015-9294-5
Kemp, Luke. 2015. “Bypassing the ‘ratification straitjacket’: reviewing US legal participation in a climate agreement”, Climate Policy, DOI: 10.1080/14693062.2015.1061472
Kemp, Luke and Jotzo, Frank. 2015. “Delaying mitigation would be costly for Australia”, Centre for Climate Economics and Policy for WWF-Australia.
Jotzo, Frank and Kemp, Luke. 2015. “Australia can cut emissions deeply and the cost is low”, Centre for Climate Economics and Policy for WWF-Australia.
Kemp, Luke; Sackett, Penny; Jotzo, Frank. 2015. “Sub-National Climate Policies: How does the ACT compare?”, ACT Climate Change Council, Canberra.
Kemp, Luke. 2014. Realpolitik and Reform at Rio+20: The Politics of Reforming the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). Earth System Governance Working Paper No. 30. Lund and Amsterdam: Earth System Governance Project.