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The following papers have been uploaded by authors via the website full paper form. These papers are only available to conference participants with a password. Participants received this password in recent emails.

If you have not uploaded your paper, we encourage you to circulate a draft with fellow presenters an the chair of your panel to aid a productive session and an increased chance of valuable feedback.

Johan Arango-Quiroga 598 The Wall Street Consensus and The Green Climate Fund
Koen Borghys 707 Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals in Smart and Sustainable Cities: How can non-traditional data support the local implementation and monitoring of SDGs? A case study of the Brussels Capital Region.
Manuel Jung 1753 Time for a change? The chronopolitics of creating scalable shared mobility spaces in Munich and Barcelona
Anouk Fransen ID 148 Assembling Authority at the Climate-Biodiversity Frontier: Nature Tech coming to ‘’rescue’’ NBS?
Lisa Deutsch 736 Creating favorable conditions for inter- and transdisciplinary integration – an analytical framework and empirical insights
Matthias Kranke 650 Talking Transformation? How International Organisations Speak about Sustainability
Maria Luis Lode  752 Integrating Energy Justice into the concept of Energy Communities: Learnings from three participatory case studies
Krystel Wanneau 434 An epistemological turn toward laboratories: studying marine biodiversity monitoring as sites of imagination and anticipation
Maruf Maruf 266 Managing Institutional Interlinkages for the Protection of Marine Environment in the East Asian Seas Region and Beyond: The Case of Plastic Pollution
Aravindhan Nagarajan 413 Food Security and Equity Implications of Land-Based Mitigation in IPCC IAM scenarios
Paul Dunshirn 489 A fallacy of the commons in the making? Mapping science-patent relations to inform governance of marine genetic resources
Monika Bucha 752-2 Wind in Conflict: An Institutionalist Perspective on Market, State, and Community Interests in the Wind Energy Sector
Alice Vadrot Science-Policy-Industry Relations from Marine Laboratory Perspectives

Matteo De Donà 463 Legitimacy Challenges of Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships for the 2030 Agenda
Maija Nikkanen 185 Regional preparedness networks: a method to implement adaptive governance?
Florian Rabitz 678 Transnationalization and state power in the global satellite industry
Clara McDonnell 222 Beyond divest vs. engage: a review of the role of institutional investors in an inclusive fossil fuel phaseout
Peter Lawrence 277 An International Court of Justice (ICJ) advisory opinion on climate change: seizing an opportunity for international law to be grounded on science and principles of justice
Daniel Peter 287 Outsider dynamics in system transformations: A research framework for a comparative study of disruptive agency to transform local mobility systems
Dr. Moises Covarrubias 121 How ready CCUS policy instruments are to support the decarbonization of the Energy-Intensive Industries in Europe?
Augusto Heras 1132 Fossil Fuels, Stranded Assets, and the Energy Transition in the Global South: a Systematic Literature Review
Lorraine Elliott Ambiguity and decarbonisation pathways in Southeast Asia
Sharmini Nair Tracing Orientalist discourses in the ILO’s Green Projects for India and South Africa
Louis Tanguay 672 Social-ecological trap in biodiversity conservation on private lands in Quebec province, Canada.
Estevan Coca MST’s Arvoredo app: Family farmers participate in transformative environmental governance in Brazil
Senni Määttä ID 291 Societal aspects of industrial decarbonization using carbon capture and storage
Mishel Mohan 128 Disparate or integrated climate actions? Synergies and trade-offs between non-state adaptation and mitigation initiatives
LIUYANG HE 275 Empowering Accountability in Authoritarian Environmental Governance: Information Disclosure and Public Engagement for Local Air Pollution Control
David Krogmann 167 ”Here to Stay? Challenges to Liberal Environmentalism in Regional Climate Governance”
Bernd Siebenhüner 1648 Opening up and closing down citizen participation in the development of a new sustainable residential city quarter
Yamini Yogya 1135 Adaptation for whom? What shapes the decisions of intended beneficiary communities to opt-in or opt-out of adaptation projects?- (Upload error by author)
Cameron Brick 348-3 Large-scale disruptive activism strengthened environmental attitudes in the United Kingdom
Steve Lorteau 125 Recentering the State in International Climate Change Law
Frederik Dahlmann 141 Purpose-Driven Innovation Ecosystems and Sustainability Transformations
Miranda Boettcher 339 Broadening blue (carbon) futures: Qualitative foresight as an anticipatory assessment tool for marine carbon dioxide removal
Valin Nina 366 Science and policy in dark waters: Four cases of implementation of the European Water Framework Directive
Peter Newell ID: 1023 Accounting for supply-side climate policies
Mathilde de Goër de Herve 238 Are justice considerations in international guidelines for disaster risk governance promoting sustainable development?
Juan Antonio Le Clercq 263 The Unbearable Lightness of Justice in the IPCC AR6
Jonas House 328 The politics of transdisciplinary research on societal transitions
Nenya Jochemsen 451 Community Renewable Energy (CRE) initiatives: democratically legitimate agents in governing the energy transition?
Nicola Banwell 304 Navigating differences in sustainability visions and values: a case study of strong and deep sustainability
Mara de Pater 576 Understanding transformative change in the biodiversity nexus
Franziska Ehnert 465 Bridging the old and the new in sustainability transitions: The role of transition intermediaries in facilitating urban experimentation
Markus Groth 140 How hydrological models can support cities to adapt to urban flooding – lessons learned from two transdisciplinary case studies

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2022 opening plenary of #ESG2022

The official opening session of the 2022 Toronto Conference on Earth System Governance was hosted at the conference venue and streamed live to virtual attendees.

This conference was opened by the Conference Chairs, and the Oran R. Young Prize for best early career paper was presented.

The keynote presentation was by Tzeporah Berman: “Oil Politics in a World on Fire”

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