Post Tagged with: "Climate Politics"

The Fossil Fuel Divestment Movement within Universities

The Fossil Fuel Divestment Movement within Universities

In the a broader context, the FFDM has been a powerful force multiplier, which has helped propel climate justice issues into the foreground of public consciousness.

Investing in the Future: Norway, Climate Change and Fossil Fuel Divestment

Investing in the Future: Norway, Climate Change and Fossil Fuel Divestment

The fossil fuel divestment movement has undergone explosive growth and has attained global ambitions – challenging sovereign funds to engage in fossil fuel divestment.

Climate Change and International Relations

Climate Change and International Relations

Climate change is a global commons problem. Its causes and impacts are distributed and felt across the international system, transcending traditional boundaries and jurisdictions of nation-states.

Global Warming: Is Paris the Last-chance Saloon?

Global Warming: Is Paris the Last-chance Saloon?

Global warming’s last-chance saloon will soon be upon us. Yet, far from acting together, we have various gangs ready to shoot each other in the back while the piano-player plays on.

Review – What’s Wrong with Climate Politics and How to Fix It

Review – What’s Wrong with Climate Politics and How to Fix It

Harris provides a good introduction to the politics of climate change and sets out a vision of what might occur if a world of states is replaced with one of people.

2015 the New Copenhagen? The UNFCCC Process Risks Falling into Faulty Patterns

2015 the New Copenhagen? The UNFCCC Process Risks Falling into Faulty Patterns

UNFCCC actors need to converge on overarching processes and strategies, and this necessitates a sober look at past failures, current trajectories and the connections that currently bind them.

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