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Exploring the governance and politics of transformations towards sustainability
The notion of ‘transformations towards sustainability’ takes an increasingly central position in global sustainability research and policy discourse in recent years. Governance and politics areExpand
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Transnational multistakeholder partnerships for sustainable development: Conditions for success
This perspective discusses nine conditions for enhancing the performance of multistakeholder partnerships for sustainable development. Such partnerships have become mainstream implementationExpand
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Reinvigorating International Climate Policy: A Comprehensive Framework for Effective Nonstate Action
As countries negotiate a new climate agreement for the United Nations climate conference in December 2015, a groundswell of climate actions is emerging as cities, regions, businesses and civilExpand
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Cities to the rescue? Assessing the performance of transnational municipal networks in global climate governance
Despite the proliferation and promise of subnational climate initiatives, the institutional architecture of transnational municipal networks (TMNs) is not well understood. With a view to close thisExpand
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The expanding field of cooperative initiatives for decarbonization: a review of five databases
Climate governance beyond the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)—including countries, companies, civil society, and international organizations, forming cooperativeExpand
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Transnational Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships for Sustainable Development: Building Blocks for Success
Multi-stakeholder partnerships for sustainable development – institutionalized transboundary interactions between public and private actors aiming at the provision of collective goods – are a centralExpand
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Theorising Global Environmental Governance: Key Findings and Future Questions
Global environmental governance in the Anthropocene is fundamentally different from older conceptions of environmental policy-making and sustainable development. Environmental problem-solving is noExpand
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Exploring national and regional orchestration of non-state action for a < 1.5 °C world
The importance of actions by non-state and sub-national actors (e.g., companies and cities) is increasingly recognized, because current governmental commitments are insufficient to limit the increaseExpand
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Transformations towards sustainability’. Emerging approaches, critical reflections, and a research agenda.
Over the last two decades researchers have come to understand much about the global challenges confronting human society (e.g. climate change; biodiversity loss; water, energy and food insecurity;Expand
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A research roadmap for quantifying non-state and subnational climate mitigation action
Non-state and subnational climate actors have become central to global climate change governance. Quantitatively assessing climate mitigation undertaken by these entities is critical to understandExpand
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