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The Masks of the Political God by Luca Ozzano

Democratic Innovations in Environmental Politics

Democracy
 
Environmental Policy
 
Political Participation
 
Panel Number
P109
Panel Chair
Marit Hammond
Keele University
Panel Discussant
Marit Hammond
Keele University

Time
23/08/2018 15:50 - 17:30
Location
Building: VMP 8 Floor: 1 Room: 106
Abstract
Democracy is at a crossroads between deep crisis and enthusiastic innovation; and an area in which this plays out particularly starkly is environmental politics. Environmental governance has long been known for its commitment to grassroots and innovative forms of democracy; yet at the same time, the spectre of environmental catastrophe has also provided the grounds for outright rejection of democracy. Thus, as environmental threats such as climate change are intensifying, environmental politics is bound to become a key testing ground for the future of democracy.

The proposed panel aims to bring together research on both the theory and the practice of democratic innovation in relation to environmental politics. In terms of theory, it revisits the question of the relationship between democracy and environmental governance, with particular attention to the role and prospect of new forms of democracy. In terms of practice, it invites case studies as well as broader empirical research that shed light on the promise and impact of the application of democratic innovations in environmental politics.

Paper List


Title Details
Environmental Issue Complexity and Democratic Deliberation: Demonstrating the Limits or the Need for Innovative Systems Thinking? View Paper Details
From Participation to Policy-Making: How Participatory Environmental Governance Actually Changes Policy (or Not) View Paper Details
Populism and Support for Climate Policies. Evidence from a Survey Experiment. View Paper Details
Sustainable Prosperity and Democratic Theory and Practice View Paper Details
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