https://t.co/59r54shMA7 My impression is rather that of a lack of leaders at the national level True leadership might for example include actions like •banning sale of new cars with fossil fuel “immediately”, or •100% power (electricity) from renewables wi
@wtmpacific @MittRomney Pacific Island countries are among the most important voices to keep asking for greater ambition in the climate negotiations and their moral leverage is important as @jurpelai argue in a new piece in @GepJournal https://t.co/kxw55PU
@StefanAykut @SaleemulHuq In a recent piece in @GepJournal, @jurpelai and I talk about the need for a "participation cascade" to address climate change. Net zero pledges by major emitters are a start but have to be backed by nearer term action. https://t.c
@AbraBrynne @jurpelai @SimonBager @GepJournal @MichaelAklin @mmildenberger @thomasnhale @khar1958 @sais_isep @SAISHopkins @JohnsHopkinsAHW @thijsvandegraaf @pol_economist @KissingerCenter @fgenovese86 @theilmatic Link now open access https://t.co/kxw55PUKj
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The gracious editors at @mitpress have made our piece on global climate governance free to readers through the end of the year. Be on the lookout for news about a December webinar at @sais_isep on the article. https://t.co/kxw55PUKjb
A timely contribution of @GepJournal to climate action, so many good papers to add in our syllabi!
The academic sub-field international relations and climate change is going through a bit of a post-Paris renaissance and I am HERE for it.
I'll post some additional thoughts later tonight, but delighted that my piece with @jurpelai is finally out. DM me if your library subscription doesn't have it yet.
Looks like an epic issue of @GepJournal indeed!
In an epic @GepJournal issue on #climatepolicy with many great contributions (@MichaelAklin @mmildenberger @thomasnhale @khar1958 etc etc etc), @busbyj2 and I ask: how can we get global #ClimateAction back on track? A short thread to summarize. (1/N) https
[article] Following the Leaders? How to Restore Progress in Global Climate Governance (Joshua W. Busby, Johannes Urpelainen) https://t.co/eVFSydXVkL