Sustainability Science Program

Scott Moore

Scott Moore

Period at SSP: Fall 2012-Spring 2013
Appointment title at SSP: Giorgio Ruffolo Doctoral Fellow in Sustainability Science
Research project title at SSP: The politics of thirst: Hydropolitics in China
Faculty host at SSP: Henry Lee
Final SSP progress report on file: Progress report
Most recent institutional appointment on file: Harvard Kennedy School, Sustainability Science Program
Most recent email on file: scott_moore@hks.harvard.edu
Most recent websites on file: Website 1; Website 2
Most recent CV on file: CV
This entry last updated on: October 6, 2014

Documents

2014

Moore, Scott. 2014. Hydropolitics in China: The pursuit of localized preferences in a centralized system. The China Quarterly. 218:1-21.

Moore, Scott. 2014. Modernisation, authoritarianism, and the environment: The politics of China’s South–North Water Transfer Project, Environmental Politics, DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2014.943544.

Moore, Scott. 2014. Pollution Without Revolution: Why China’s environmental crisis won’t bring down the regime. Foreign Affairs, Web, July 28.

Moore, Scott. 2014. The United States of China. New York Times, March 12.

Moore, Scott. 2014. Why China Needs new institutions to cope with looming water scarcity. Scholars Strategy Network Key Findings, Scholars Strategy Network, March.

2013

Moore, Scott. 2013. California’s sub-national diplomacy: The right approach. The Diplomat, October 11.

Moore, Scott. 2013. Calming the West's water wars. Los Angeles Times. May 3.

Moore, Scott. 2013. China must strengthen its institutions before unleashing market forces. South China Morning Post, November 19.

Moore, Scott. 2013. China needs more people power to control pollution. World Politics Review. March 20.

Moore, Scott. 2013. China's massive water problem. International Herald Tribune. March 29.

Moore, Scott. 2013. Cooperation, not litigation, best for managing water resources. Orlando Sentinel, September 30.

Moore, Scott. 2013. Dilemmas of Regional Governance: Sub-National Territorial Politics and River Basin Management in the USA, France, China, and India. Dissertation submitted for PhD in Politics. Oxford, UK: University of Oxford.

Moore, Scott. 2013. The people are Beijing's ally in fight for cleaner air. South China Morning Post. January 23.

Moore, Scott. 2013. The Politics of Thirst: Managing Water Resources under Scarcity in the Yellow River Basin, People’s Republic of China. Discussion Paper 2013-08, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and Sustainability Science Program, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Moore, Scott. 2013. Water resource issues, policy and politics in China. Issue Brief.  John L Thornton China Center, Brookings Institution: Washington, DC.

Moore, Scott. 2013. What’s the most critical and under-appreciated issue in international security? World peace. Power and Policy. February 7.

Murthy, Sharmila, Laura Pereira, Alicia Harley, Daniel Shemie, Eunjee Lee, Patricia Guardabassi, Chao Zhang, and Scott Moore. 2013. The Role of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in Helping Decision-Makers Meet Food, Energy and Water (FEW) Needs. Sustainability Science Program Working Paper No. 2013-02, November. Sustainability Science Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

The Editors. 2013. Global Insider: China May move toward water-sharing agreements. World Politics Review. Feb 27.

2012

Moore, Scott. 2012. Are we destined to fight over scarce water resources? International Security Network. October 16.