All pages with keywords: non-state actors

A research roadmap for quantifying non-state and subnational climate mitigation action

A research roadmap for quantifying non-state and subnational climate mitigation action

a research article by Joana Setzer 1 January, 2019

Non-state and subnational climate actors have become central to global climate change governance. Quantitatively assessing climate mitigation undertaken by these entities is critical to understand the credibility of this trend. … read more »


Effective and geographically balanced? An output based assessment of non-state climate actions

Effective and geographically balanced? An output based assessment of non-state climate actions

a research article by Sander Chan, Robert Falkner, Matthew Goldberg, Harro van Asselt 21 November, 2016

Climate actions by non-state and subnational actors are an important complement to the multilateral climate regime and the associated contributions made by national governments. Although such actions hold much potential, … read more »


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Strengthening non-state climate action: a progress assessment of commitments launched at the 2014 UN Climate Summit

a working paper by Sander Chan, Robert Falkner, Harro van Asselt, Matthew Goldberg 23 November, 2015

This report provides the first progress assessment of climate actions launched at the 2014 UN Climate Summit in New York. read more »


Policy storylines in the Indian climate change regime: opening new political spaces?

Policy storylines in the Indian climate change regime: opening new political spaces?

a research article 20 January, 2012

With this paper I consider the role of diffuse nonstate and subnational actors working together in networks in Indian climate politics. The Indian government has maintained several core principles … read more »


Public pressure versus lobbying – how do Environmental NGOs matter most in climate negotiations?

Public pressure versus lobbying – how do Environmental NGOs matter most in climate negotiations?

a working paper by Katharine Rietig 1 December, 2011

Advocacy nongovernmental organisations have the largest influence on the outcome of climate negotiations when they mobilise public pressure in collaboration with the media. Environmental NGOs can … read more »


The influence of academics as insider-nongovernmental actors in the Post-Kyoto Protocol Climate Change Negotiations: a matter of timing, network and policy-entrepreneurial capabilities

The influence of academics as insider-nongovernmental actors in the Post-Kyoto Protocol Climate Change Negotiations: a matter of timing, network and policy-entrepreneurial capabilities

a working paper by Katharine Rietig 1 September, 2011

Nongovernmental actors influence negotiations with insider or outsider strategies. Academics are valued by government delegates for the neutrality and expertise they can provide as policy advisors … read more »