Associate Professor Munk School of Global Affairs and Co-director Environmental Governance Lab, University of Toronto

Dr. Teresa Kramarz is Associate Professor in Global Affairs at the Munk School of Global Affairs in the University of Toronto. She co-directs the Environmental Governance Lab in the Munk School, and the Accountability in Global Environmental Politics Task Force in the Earth System Governance Research Alliance.

Her work focuses on international organizations, environmental politics, accountability and the local/global relationship in sustainable development. Her most recent book with MIT Press is titled The Accountability Trap in Global Environmental Governance (with Susan Park), and another is forthcoming dealing with environmental partnerships between the World Bank and non state actors to govern biodiversity conservation. Kramarz' published articles (most recently in Public Administration Review, Global Environmental Politics, Society and Natural Resources, Environmental Policy and Governance and Review of Policy Research) deal with global environmental politics and international organizations.

Kramarz has extensive experience in her field having worked for almost ten years with the World Bank and the United Nations Development Programme on local, regional and global sustainable development initiatives.

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of Global Affairs, University of Toronto

Education

  • 2012 
    University of Toronto, Political Science, International Relations