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Teresa Kramarz is a Professor at the School of the Environment in the University of Toronto. She co-directs the Environmental Governance Lab and is the co-convener of the Accountability in Global Environmental Governance Task Force of the Earth System Governance network. Her work focuses on the governance of extractive industries in the renewable energy transition, environmental accountability, and the performance of multistakeholder partnerships led by international organizations. Dr. Kramarz is the author of three books – “Global Environmental Governance and the Accountability Trap” and “Forgotten Values: The World Bank and Environmental Partnerships” both published by MIT Press; and most recently “Populist Moments and Extractivist States in Venezuela and Ecuador: The People’s Oil?” by Palgrave. Recent articles appear in Environmental Politics, Global Environmental Politics, Energy Research and Social Science, Society and Natural Resources, Environmental Policy and Governance, and Review of Policy Research. She has been working on environmental policy and governance issues for over 25 years starting as an international civil servant in the World Bank and United Nations Development Programme and then as a scholar.

accountabilityextractivesinternational organizationspartnershipsrenewable energy

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