Okechukwu Enechi is as an external PhD student at the Department of Environmental Policy Analysis (EPA), Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM), VU University, Amsterdam. Residing in Nigeria, Okechukwu is researching public-private partnerships in Sub-Saharan Africa and the relation between legitimacy and effectiveness. He holds an MA in Diplomacy, Law & Global Change from Coventry University with substantive experience working in profit and nonprofit sector. Enechi was previously a research intern at the Department of Environmental Policy Analysis (EPA), Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM), where he researched the relevance of transnational partnership for climate governance and the question of legitimacy. Enechi’s research interest includes climate change governance, partnerships for sustainable development and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
- Philipp Pattberg & Okechukwu Enechi (2009). The Business of Transnational Climate Governance: Legitimate, Ac¬countable and Transparent? St. Anthony International Review (STAIR) Journal, Vol.5 (1): 76-98.