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Special issue: Exploring global and transnational governance of climate change adaptation

Persson, Åsa and Adis Dzebo. 2019. Special issue: Exploring global and transnational governance of climate change adaptation.International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics. Online first.

Abstract

In post-Paris climate governance, the old mantra that ‘mitigation is global; adaptation is local’ (see Burton , p. 481) is questioned with increased urgency. A highly localized, place-based approach to accelerating adaptation action seems insufficient. This raises the question: is more global and transnational governance adaptation required, and is it emerging? It is the aim of this Special Issue to provide conceptual approaches and empirical research to respond to these questions and to stimulate a broader academic debate.

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