Author profile: Graham Long

Graham Long is Senior Lecturer in Politics at Newcastle University in the UK. He teaches and researches on issues of global justice and human rights. For the last two years he has been researching the Sustainable Development Goals, focusing on ideas of universality, country differentiation, fairness and accountability, in collaboration with the Beyond 2015 global civil society campaign. His most recent publication is “The Idea of Universality in the Sustainable Development Goals”.


Global Ambition and National Differentiation in the Paris Agreement and the SDGs

Graham Long • Feb 5 2016 • Articles

The apparent success in reaching the Paris Agreement as well as the UN sustainable development goals should be treated with caution

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