Manual Climate Change Politics in Europe: Germany and the International Relations of the Environment

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She worked with the International Negotiations Survey to explore attitudes and opinions held by the diverse set of participants attending the international climate change negotiations on issues such as legitimacy and agency in global environmental governance.

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He specializes in the study of global environmental politics, with a focus on climate change governance, biodiversity, forest and marine governance, transnational relations, public-private partnerships, network theory, and institutional analysis. From , Pattberg was the deputy-director of the Global Governance Project, a joint research program of 12 European institutes with about 40 affiliated researchers www.


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Jakob Skovgaard is associate professor in political science at Lund University Sweden , undertaking research on national, EU and international climate politics, and holds a doctorate from the European University Institute in Florence. His research interests include the role of economic objectives within climate politics, as well as interaction between the international and domestic level.


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From to he worked in the international climate change team of the Danish Finance Ministry. Her interests lie with global environmental governance, particularly in the field of climate and energy. Lisa holds a B. His research focuses on international and European climate change law and policy.

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His research interests include the role of economic objectives within climate politics, as well as interaction between the international and domestic level. From to he worked in the international climate change team of the Danish Finance Ministry. Her interests lie with global environmental governance, particularly in the field of climate and energy.

Lisa holds a B.

His research focuses on international and European climate change law and policy. Specifically, he is interested in examining the interplay between various international, national and transnational institutions in the field of global climate governance. His Master thesis was nominated for the Rachel Carson environmental thesis prize of the Dutch organization for environmental professionals.

His major research interests include institutional complexity, global climate governance, deforestation, and the environmental role of the World Trade Organization. The project is funded by the Swedish research council Formas and focuses on institutional fragmentation in three fields of climate governance: short-lived climate pollutants, reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation REDD , and climate geo-engineering.