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Religion and Political Theory: Secularism, Accommodation and The New Challenges of Religious Diversity, Edited by Jonathan Seglow and Andrew Shorten

The Political Economy of Phasing-Out Fossil Fuels

Political Economy
 
Power
 
Energy
 
Panel Number
P395
Panel Chair
Jessica Jewell
Universitetet i Bergen
Panel Discussant
Michael Jakob
Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change - MCC Berlin

Time
06/09/2019 11:00 - 12:40
Location
Building: Institute of Romance Studies Floor: 3rd floor Room: 3.2
Abstract
Under most decarbonization scenarios roughly two thirds of the world’s fossil fuel reserves would be ‘unburnable’ which would represent a significant structural shift in the global energy system. This makes political strategies for the phasing-out of fossil fuels an essential element of fighting climate change. At the same time, such strategies are strongly contested and face strong resistance from incumbents as well as affected populations. This panel explores the political economy of phasing-out in different country contexts.

Paper List


Title Details
A Conceptual Framework for Elucidating How Agency Shapes Discontinuation Policies View Paper Details
A Mechanism-Based Framework for Analysing Fossil Fuel Phase-Out View Paper Details
Financial Flows for the Development of Coal-Fired Power Plants View Paper Details
The Political Feasibility of Climate Targets in Light of Historical Experience of Fossil Fuel Decline View Paper Details
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