Griffin Carpenter

Senior Researcher

Griffin Carpenter is economic modeller specialising in environmental policy and natural resource management. His current work focuses on the socio-economics of European fishing fleets. Other work areas include energy, climate change, agriculture, food systems, and health.

Griffin has made media appearances on Al Jazeera, the BBC, Nieuwuur and is frequently interviewed for print publications. He has published in the peer-reviewed journals Marine Policy, Fish and Fisheries, and Nature.

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Landing the blame: overfishing in the Atlantic 2018

Uncovering the EU Member States most responsible for setting fishing quotas above scientific advice

Forget Hard vs Soft Brexit, the new division in government is between trade liberals and protectionists

And nowhere is this more obvious than in farming

Price caps are a plaster on our broken energy market

Competitive markets are only a means to an end. It’s now clear that real alternatives are needed.

Cold truths about our cold homes

We can’t continue with this annual ritual of concern – Government needs to take action

What is the public good anyway?

For farming subsidies to create a resilient food system we need to direct our attention to local economies.

Landing the blame: overfishing in the Baltic 2018

Which member states are setting quotas above scientific advice?

Not in the same boat

The economic impact of Brexit across UK fishing fleets

Don’t treat fishing in isolation

How Michael Gove’s proposal could give us less control of fisheries, not more

A Fair Fishing Deal

It’s time to start treating overfishing in European waters with the seriousness it deserves.

Choking lungs and public finances

A reduction in carbon emissions is badly needed, but there are also pressures to raise funds from fuel duty

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