Trevelyan Wing joined the Centre for Geopolitics in 2024 from the Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance (CEENRG), where he has contributed as a Centre Researcher and PhD candidate. Trevelyan’s research focuses on energy issues related to the net-zero transition and their evolving energy security implications. He is the recipient of a DAAD award from the German government and is a former Research Associate at the University of Heidelberg and Zukunftskolleg Fellow of the Heidelberg Center for the Environment. In 2020, he was named a ‘Young Leader’ and one of ‘the most promising and passionate…change-makers of 30 years or younger’ by EUROCITIES and Urban Future for his work on the low-carbon transition.

At Cambridge, Trevelyan has taught master’s and undergraduate students for the MPhil in Environmental Policy program (EP02: Environmental Economics and Policy) and Land Economy Tripos papers 4 (Land Economy, Development and Sustainability) and 5 (Environmental Economics and Law). A native of New England, he holds an MPhil in Environmental Change and Management from the University of Oxford and a BA from Dartmouth College.

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In the press

Clean energy on the cusp of rolling back fossil fuels: Report

Wednesday 8th May, 2024

Clean energy on the cusp of rolling back fossil fuels: Report

Trevelyan Wing is quoted in this article about the global transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy.

In the press

After Nord Stream: Safeguarding Baltic energy security and supply

Thursday 25th April, 2024

After Nord Stream: Safeguarding Baltic energy security and supply

Energy and telecoms link vulnerability through the Baltic Region are discussed her by Trevelyan Wing, research fellow on our Baltic Geopolitics Programme.

In the press

Why Germany ditched nuclear before coal – and why it won’t go back

Tuesday 23rd April, 2024

Why Germany ditched nuclear before coal – and why it won’t go back

Centre for Geopolitics Research Associate, Trevelyan Wing, analyses the controversy over Germany’s decision to turn its back on nuclear energy.

Event Review

NATO at 75: Assessing the alliance’s past, present, and future

Diplomacy, Military, Security

NATO at 75: Assessing the alliance’s past, present, and future

In the press

Latvian book receives award at Cambridge symposium on Ukraine and the Baltics

Saturday 6th April, 2024

Latvian book receives award at Cambridge symposium on Ukraine and the Baltics

Latvian television reports from the 2024 International Baltic Symposium at the Centre for Geopolitics.

Event Review

The 2014 revolution in Ukraine and the Baltic – symposium review