Architecture

The analytical problem of the architecture of earth system governance includes questions relating to the emergence, design and effectiveness of governance systems as well as the overall integration of global, regional, national and local governance. Core questions include: how is performance of environmental institutions affected by their embedding in larger architectures? What are the environmental consequences of non-environmental governance systems? What is the relative performance of different types of multilevel governance architectures? How can we explain instances of ‘nongovernance’? What are overarching and crosscutting norms of earth system governance?

Upcoming Events

16-06-2016 - 17-06-2016
Joint Lund University and Stockholm Environment Institute Workshop: ”The Politics of Fossil Fuel Subsidies and Their Reform”

Organized by Lund University and the Stockholm Environment Institute, funded by the project “International Economic Institutions and Domestic Actors in the Climate Regime Complex” and the SEI Initiative on Fossil Fuels and Climate Change. Endorsed by the Earth System Governance Project.


Stockholm, Sweden
07-12-2016 - 09-12-2016
2016 Nairobi Conference on Earth System Governance: “Confronting Complexity and Inequality"

The Nairobi Conference has been designed to provide a lively forum to hundreds of scholars for joint discussions, the exchange of new insights, and the examination of the core ideas that underlie earth system governance and global sustainability.


Nairobi, Kenya

People

Emily Anderson, University of British Columbia, Canada
Dr. Paul Anderson, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Dr. Karen Anderton, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Prof. Steinar Andresen, Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway
J. Michael Angstadt, Colorado State University, United States of America
Dr. Dr. Frederick Ato Armah, University of Cape Coast, Ghana
Dr. Derek Armitage, University of Waterloo, Canada
Aliyu Salisu Barau, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
Fabiana Barbi, University of Campinas, Brazil
Dona Barirani, Utrecht University, The Netherlands