Thank you to the Earth System Governance community, who have shown up and brought your energy, insights, and questions to #ESG2021
We take stock of the activities and output of our global research community throughout a challenging but exciting year.
Climate governance must better reflect characteristics of sectoral systems.
Cases presented in fossilfuel, extractives, power, energy-intensive industries, land, transport, aviation & shipping.
Collaborate on Knowledge Cumulation, the SDGs or ESG in the Asia-Pacific region
Join the 2021 Conference: Earth System Governance in turbulent times: prospects for behavioral and political responses.
The Harvesting Initiative will compile key research findings from our vibrant global research community in books or journal contributions
The Accountability in Global Environmental Governance network (AGEG) explores approaches to accountability, to assess the necessity accountability in the system of global environmental governance.
Through Taskforces, the Earth System Governance Project seeks to push the frontiers of research in specific areas of its research agenda. Taskforces are open for all and often interact with other research communities all over the world.
Science and Governance in the 2030 Development Agenda
Open-access journal on governance that seeks to align current governance systems with the 21st century challenges.
Policy-relevant research that is of interest to both academics and policy-makers working on earth system governance.