The 2009 United Nations climate conference in Copenhagen is often represented as a watershed in global climate politics, when the diplomatic efforts to negotiate a successor agreement to the Kyoto Protocol failed and was replaced by a fragmented and decentralized climate governance order. In the post-Copenhagen landscape the top-down universal approach to climate governance has gradually given way to a more complex, hybrid and dispersed political landscape involving multiple actors, arenas and sites. The Handbook contains contributions from more than 50 internationally leading scholars and explores the latest trends and theoretical developments of the climate governance scholarship.Moss Kanter, R. (1977), Men and Women of the Corporation, New York: Basic Books. Nagel, J. ... Nordic Council (2009), Gender and Climate Changes, Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers. Norgaard, K. ... Gender and energy for sustainable development, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 3, 265a271. Phillips, A. ... (2009), Climate Change and Gender Justice, London: Oxfam. Tickneranbsp;...
|Title||:||Research Handbook on Climate Governance|
|Author||:||Karin Bäckstrand, Eva Lövbrand|
|Publisher||:||Edward Elgar Publishing - 2015-11-27|