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Studying Science-Policy interfaces in Multilateral Negotiation Settings

Environmental Policy
International Relations
UN
Knowledge
Global
Negotiation
Climate Change
Policy-Making
P391
Alice Vadrot
University of Vienna
Ina Tessnow-von Wysocki
University of Vienna
Göran Sundqvist
University of Gothenburg

Abstract

This panel focuses on studying Science-Policy interfaces in United Nations Multilateral Negotiation Settings. International policy-making relies on scientific and technical expert input to address global governance challenges, such as pandemics, climate change and biodiversity loss. The panel brings together research on the design of scientific assessment bodies and committees in international processes, factors determining approval processes, and specific cases of science-policy interfaces within the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Seabed Authority (ISA) and the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD).

Title Details
Global Health and health diplomacy: analytical perspectives and examples View Paper Details
Advisors to environmental treaty members: designing the scientific process View Paper Details
How can we make more transparent and lessen the struggle over concepts in IPCC assessment reports? View Paper Details
Technical bodies of international regimes and their provision of expertise: The curious case of the International Seabed Authority View Paper Details
Availability, Credibility and Usefulness of Scientific Evidence in Marine Biodiversity Governance Processes: Stakeholder Perceptions of Scientific Evidence within the EBSA Process View Paper Details