Robert Huber is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Salzburg. He is part of the TRADEPOWER project ( www.tradepower.sbg.ac.at). He received his dissertation entitled ‘Climate Policy between Responsiveness and Responsibility’ from ETH Zurich in 2019. In his dissertation, he assesses the role of populist attitudes as one potential obstacle to far-reaching climate mitigation policy. Furthermore, he researches voluntary pro-environmental behaviour and attitudes towards climate and environmental policies. Writ large, his research focuses on populism, democracy, and climate and environmental politics. Among other things, he has published articles in Political Studies, the Swiss Political Science Review, Climatic Change, and Environmental Science & Policy. His personal website can be accessed at: www.robertahuber.com.