Affiliated Projects

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Affiliated Projects

COMPON - Comparing Climate Change Policy Networks

Comparing Climate Change Policy Networks (Compon) is an international research project on the factors that determine the capacity and success of nations in reducing their greenhouse gas emissions and thereby helping to mitigate global climate change.

Environmental Governance in the Intermountain West

This initiative focuses on environmental governance issues in the areas of water and forests in the Intermountain West (IMW) region of the US (Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Wyoming, Montana and Idaho), using the Earth System Governance research framework.

2012 - 2013
Globalisation Informed by Sustainable Development (GLOBIS)

GLOBIS is an international research consortium born for elaborating a theoretical foundation for reconciling globalisation, development and sustainable development. 

2009 - 2012
Improving Climate Change Governance: Actors, Agency and Lessons

This project looks at configurations of political actor groups in the performance of international environmental governance components and will derive some best governance practices which can be applied to the climate change negotiations.

LUCID - Lund University Centre of Excellence for Integration of Social and Natural Dimensions of Sustainability

LUCID aims at creating completely new and unique synergies across natural and social sciences in order to develop new integrated theories and methods for addressing complex sustainability issues.

2008 - 2018
Non-State Actors in the New Landscape of International Climate Cooperation

This research programme of Link√∂ping University, Lund University, and the University of East Anglia consists of two interlinked projects, which focus on the role of non-state actors in multilateral climate diplomacy as well as non-state climate governance in the transnational arena.  

2012 - 2014
Norms of Global Governance Initiative (NGGI)

NGGI aims at identifying normative discourses that are fundamental to global environmental governance, to map areas of consensus and disagreement, and to contribute to progressive development of global environmental norms.

2011 - 2013
Novel Multi-sector Networks and Entrepreneurship (NMNE)

The Novel Multi-sector Networks and Entrepreneurship (NMNE) project theorizes small businesses as agents of change in the multi-level governance of climate change, and cities as niche spaces in which sustainable development paths might be explored.