Clare joined InSIS in April 2011 as a James Martin Fellow on the Oxford Geoengineering Programme. She also works at the Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics. Clare's primary research interests are the ethics and governance issues raised by the prospect of using geoengineering as a response to climate change. More generally, she is interested in issues of global justice and climate change, especially the cultural dimensions of climate justice (the subject of her D.Phil thesis) and justice towards future generations. She has published articles in the journals Politics and Environmental Politics.