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Voluntary global business initiatives and the international climate negotiations: A case study of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol
Abstract The past few years have witnessed the emergence of a plethora of transnational climate governance experiments. They have been developed by a broad range of actors, such as cities, non-profitExpand
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The role of cities in multi-level climate governance: local climate policies and the 1.5 °C target
The past two decades have witnessed widespread scholarly interest in the role of cities in climate policy-making. This research has considerably improved our understanding of the local level in theExpand
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The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Secretariat as an orchestrator in global climate policymaking
Scholars have recently devoted increasing attention to the role and function of international bureaucracies in global policymaking. Some of them contend that international public officials haveExpand
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Promises and risks of nonstate action in climate and sustainability governance
Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement stand as milestone diplomatic achievements. However, immense discrepancies between political commitments and governmental action remain. CombinedExpand
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The Reconfiguration of Authority in Global Climate Governance
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The Anthropocene Debate and Political Science
Anthropocene has become an environmental buzzword. It denotes a new geological epoch that is human‐dominated. As mounting scientific evidence reveals, humankind has fundamentally altered atmospheric,Expand
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REDD+ and the Reconfiguration of Public Authority in the Forest Sector: A Comparative Case Study of Indonesia and Brazil
Since the 1980s, central governments have decentralized forestry to local governments in many countries of the Global South. More recently, REDD+ has started to impact forest policy-making in theseExpand
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