Martin Bunzl founded the Rutgers Initiative on Climate and Society in 2007 under the name Rutgers Initiative on Climate and Social Policy. For four years, his leadership brought together scholars at Rutgers and beyond with a focus on social science research of climate change, with an emphasis on policy implications. Bunzl has published in journals such as Science, Climatic Change, and Philosophy of Social Science on a variety of topics including the ethical considerations of geoengineering, and the tragedy of the commons. Currently, he is writing a book that lies at the intersection of climate change, ethics and philosophy of science. He also continues to work on problems of risk assessment and decision making about geoengineering
Bunzl, Martin. 2021: Thinking while Walking: Reflections on the Pacific Crest Trail. Perry Street Press.