The Earth System Governance Project is inviting submissions for its Working Paper series.
Earth System Governance Working Papers are peer-reviewed online publications that broadly address questions raised by the Project’s Science and Implementation Plan. The series is open to all colleagues who seek to contribute to this research agenda. Although most of our network members publish their research in the English language, we also accept submissions in other major languages.
Submissions of manuscripts for the Working Paper Series are welcome at any time at IPO@earthsystemgovernance.org. All papers will be peer-reviewed before being published as Working Papers online at www.earthsystemgovernance.org. The Earth System Governance Project does not assume the copyright for working papers, and they are expected to eventually find their way into scientific journals or become chapters in edited volumes.
Recent Working Papers
- Blumstein, Sabine. 2016. Managing Adaptation: International Donors’ Influence on International River Basin Organizations in Southern Africa. Earth System Governance Working Paper, No.36.
- Skovgaard, Jakob, Jacqueline Gallant. 2015. National Delegations to UNFCCC Conferences of the Parties: Who Participates?. Earth System Governance Working Paper, No.35.
- Patterson, James, Karsten Schulz, Joost Vervoort, Carolina Adler, Margot Hurlbert, Sandra van der Hel, Andreas Schmidt, Aliyu Barau, Pedi Obani, Mahendra Sethi, Nina Hissen, Mark Tebboth, Karen Anderton, Susanne Börner, and Oscar Widerberg. 2015. ‘Transformations towards sustainability’. Emerging approaches, critical reflections, and a research agenda. Earth System Governance Working Paper, No.34.
- Schulz, Karsten, Rapti Siriwardane. 2015. Depoliticised and technocratic? Normativity and the politics of transformative adaptation. Earth System Governance Working Paper, No.33.