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Hunter Douglas


Hunter is a climate science PhD candidate with a background in environmental engineering. He holds master's degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Singapore University of Technology and Design, and a bachelor degree from Duke University. His current research concerns the pathway dependence of climate change emergence to greenhouse gas forcing in global climate models.

Born and raised in Wellington, New Zealand, Hunter has worked for science and engineering consultancies in the US and New Zealand. He is a Manager at PwC New Zealand, working in the Sustainability and Climate Change team on enabling the transition to a low-emissions economy.


  • 2021–present
    PhD Candidate, Victoria University of Wellington
  • 2023–present
    Manager, PwC New Zealand


  • 2017 
    Singapore University of Technology and Design, Master of Engineering
  • 2016 
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Master of Engineering
  • 2013 
    Duke University, Bachelor of Science in Engineering