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Climate Governance: Power, Identities and Institutions

Governance
 
Green Politics
 
Institutions
 
Identity
 
Climate Change
 
Power
 
Panel Number
P056
Panel Chair
Sherilyn MacGregor
University of Manchester
Panel Discussant
Beth Offenbacker
Waterford, Inc.

Time
04/09/2019 15:00 - 16:40
Location
Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 2nd floor Room: 201
Abstract
This panel explores a range of issues relating to climate governance and role of various actors in national and international climate regimes. Papers discuss research set in India, China, Mexico and Indonesia and offer analyses of how power relations, identities, discourses and impacts shape decision making on climate mitigation and state participation in global climate negotiations.

Paper List


Title Details
Analysing Climate and Energy Policy Integration: The Cases of Mexico and Indonesia Compared View Paper Details
Does Gender Matter? The Impact of Gender on the Indian Climate-Change Discourse View Paper Details
Feeling the Heat: Do Climate Extremes Compel Countries to Implement More Ambitious Climate Mitigation Policy? View Paper Details
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