Terrence Iverson is an environmental economist whose primary focus is on using aggregate macroeconomic models to study issues in the economics of climate change. He has published in top environmental economics field journals and in top interdisciplinary climate policy and global environmental change journals. His current research focuses on thinking critically about options for steering the global economy to ensure that a significant portion of the fossil carbon embedded in the earth’s crust remains locked in the ground over the long run. Terry teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in environmental economics, including a senior seminar on the economics of climate change. He also teaches macroeconomics at the graduate level.