Adjunct Assistant Professor of Policy
Bryce Rudyk is Program Director of the Guarini Center on Environmental and Land Use Law at the NYU School of Law and directs the center’s Global Climate Finance Project. His research focuses on financial mechanisms and architectures to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions at the international levels and the corresponding regulatory and institutional structures. He organizes the annual Abu Dhabi workshop on climate finance that brings together academics and policy practitioners from around the world to provide policy advice to small governments.
He is also Adjunct Professor of Law and teaches the International Environmental Law Clinic with University Professor Richard Stewart.