Trevor Houser, visiting fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics during 2009–15, is partner at the Rhodium Group, where he leads the firm's energy and natural resources practice. He also codirects the Climate Impact Lab, a collaboration of leading research institutions combining climate, economic, and data science to quantify the risks climate change presents. During 2009, he served as senior advisor to the US State Department, where he worked on a broad range of international energy and environmental policy issues. His areas of research include energy and environmental policy and markets and energy-related international trade and investment issues. He is author or coauthor of The Economic Risks of Climate Change: An American Prospectus (2015), Fueling Up: The Economic Implications of America's Oil and Gas Boom (2014), Delivering on US Climate Finance Commitments (PIIE Working Paper 11-19, 2011), America's Energy Security Options (PIIE Policy Brief 11-10, 2011), Assessing the American Power Act (PIIE Policy Brief 10-12, 2010), The Economics of Energy Efficiency in Buildings (PIIE Policy Brief 09-17, 2009), A Green Recovery? Assessing US Economic Stimulus and the Prospects for International Coordination (PIIE Policy Brief 09-3, 2009), Leveling the Carbon Playing Field: International Competition and US Climate Policy Design (2008), and China Energy: A Guide for the Perplexed (2007).