Conclusions: Complexity, Responsibility and Urgency in the Anthropocene
- Philipp H. Pattberg
- Fariborz Zelli
- Department of Political Science
This book attempts to close this crucial research gap, in particular with regards to the following three overarching research themes: (i) the meaning, sense-making and contestations emerging around the concept of the Anthropocene related to the social sciences; (ii) the role and relevance of institutions, both formal and informal as well as international and transnational, for governing in the Anthropocene; and (iii) the role and relevance of accountability and other democratic principles for governing in the Anthropocene. Drawing together a range of key thinkers in the field, this volume provides one of the first authoritative assessments of global environmental politics and governance in the Anthropocene, reflecting on how the planetary scale crisis changes the ways in which humans respond to the challenge.
This volume will be of great interest to students and scholars of global environmental politics and governance, and sustainable development.
- Political Science
- environmental governance
- institutional analysis
- institutional theory
- multi-level governance
- climate governance
- Kyoto Protocol
- ISBN: 9781315697468
- ISBN: 9781317449935
- ISBN: 9781138902398
Fariborz is director of the NAVIGOV project. He received the outstanding Ph.D. thesis award of the University of Tübingen and the award for outstanding teaching performance of the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
Ongoing research projects
- Navigating institutional complexity in global climate governance: causes, consequences and responses (NAVIGOV)
- Biodiversity and Ecosystem services in a Changing Climate (BECC)
- Nature of Peace
- Legitimacy in Global Governance
- How Geoengineering Arrived at the Global Agenda