RBPI – Vol. 55 – Special Issue – Global Climate Governance and Transition to a Low Carbon Economy

  • Global climate governance and transition to a low-carbon economy: a special issue of RBPI, por Eduardo Viola e Antônio Carlos Lessa.
  • Climate governance in an international system under conservative hegemony: the role of major power, por Eduardo Viola, Matías Franchini e Thaís Lemos Ribeiro.
  • Climate paradox of the G-8: legal obligations, policy declarations and implementation gap, por Hans Guenter.
  • The G-77, BASIC, and global climate governance: a new era in multilateral environmental negotiations, por: Kathryn Ann Hochstetler.
  • Fighting climate change in the air: lessons from the EU directive on global aviation, por: Nicole de Paula Domingos.
  • An overview of domestic aspects in US climate policy, por: Solange Reis Ferreira, Kelly Ferreira e Tullo Vigevani
  • The contribution of the European Union to global climate change governance: explaining the conditions for EU actorness, por Carolina B. Pavese e Diarmuid Torney.
  • The Brazilian position on forests and climate change from 1997 to 2012: from veto to proposition, por: Fernanda Viana de Carvalho.
  • Governance of global climate change in the Brazilian Amazon: the case of Amazonian municipalities of Brazil, por: Cristina Inoue.
  • Dilemma of choice: China’s response to climate change, por: Ming-Te Hung e Tung-Chieh Tsai
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