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Gendering the European Parliament

Climate Change Mitigation: Carbon Reduction through Multi-Stakeholder Negotiation?

Green Politics
International Relations
Climate Change
Panel Number
Panel Chair
Lauri Peterson
Uppsala Universitet
Panel Discussant
Frank Wendler
Universität Hamburg

04/09/2019 13:00 - 14:40
Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 2nd floor Room: 201
This panel explores a range of questions relating to efforts to mitigate climate change through multilateral and multi-stakeholder negotiations. Papers look at state and non-state engagement with international agreements, with special attention to leadership, lobbying and cooperation. One paper approaches the issue from a dramatically different angle, holding up the question of carbon reduction to the ECPR General Conference itself, arguing that scholars of climate politics should be active in negotiating low impact means of conducting and communicating research.

Paper List

Title Details
All Talk and No Action? Estimating the Carbon Footprint of ECPR General Conferences and Possibilities to Reduce it View Paper Details
Cooperative Patterns of Country Delegations in the UNFCCC Negotiations View Paper Details
The Politics of Non-State Climate Action: From Lobbying to Private Governance? View Paper Details
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