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Political Research Exchange

Democracy, Citizen Participation and Environmental Change

Environmental Policy
 
Green Politics
 
Political Participation
 
Political Parties
 
Panel Number
P416
Panel Chair
Sherilyn MacGregor
University of Manchester
Panel Discussant
Alexia Katsanidou
GESIS, Leibniz
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Time
06/09/2019 15:50 - 17:30
Location
Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 2nd floor Room: 201
Abstract
This Panel explores a range of issues relating the role of democratic citizen participation in environmental political change. Two Papers examine bottom up examples: citizen assemblies and prefigurative experiments and two Papers offer cross-national and historical analyses, one of the inclusion of green policies into radical left party strategies in Europe and the other of party-political treatment of environmental pollution in 36 countries.

Paper List


Title Details
Party Movements, Environmental Pollution, and Electoral Systems View Paper Details
The Greening of European Radical Left Parties: Red and Green Politics View Paper Details
The Turn to Local Experiments: A Critical Take on Academic Perspectives on Pioneers of Change, Concrete Utopias and Grassroots Innovations View Paper Details
Understanding Citizens' Views on Climate Mitigation: Perceptions, Preferences and Political Engagement with Climate Policy Post COP24 View Paper Details
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