Blake Francis's Overview
Name:Blake FrancisPrimary Department:PhilosophyDepartment Member:YesPhilosophy Ph.D. / M.A., Program:Ph.D., AOS: Political Philosophy; Ethics; Environmental EthicsClass Year:Fourth YearDegree Year:2015Email Address:firstname.lastname@example.org
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Blake Francis is a Phd Candidate in the Department of Philosophy at Stanford University. His research interests include social and political philosophy and environmental ethics. He is currently working on a dissertation on climate change ethics, which examines how to make trade-offs between the harms of climate change and the social benefits provided by fossil-fuel use. He received an M.A. in philosophy from the University of Montana, where he also conducted research in the Department of Forestry and Conservation. Prior to pursuing graduate work, Blake had a career in wilderness management and trail construction with the US Forest Service in Arizona and Alaska.