Beyond the public and private divide: remapping transnational climate governance in the 21st century

@article{Pattberg2008BeyondTP,
  title={Beyond the public and private divide: remapping transnational climate governance in the 21st century},
  author={Philipp Pattberg and Johannes Stripple},
  journal={International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics},
  year={2008},
  volume={8},
  pages={367-388}
}
  • P. Pattberg, J. Stripple
  • Published 25 October 2008
  • Political Science
  • International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics
This article provides a first step towards a better theoretical and empirical knowledge of the emerging arena of transnational climate governance. The need for such a re-conceptualization emerges from the increasing relevance of non-state and transnational approaches towards climate change mitigation at a time when the intergovernmental negotiation process has to overcome substantial stalemate and the international arena becomes increasingly fragmented. Based on a brief discussion of the… 

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