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Institutional Fragmentation

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Institutional Fragmentation of Global Climate, Biodiversity and Forestry Governance

Global climate governance today does not only take place in UN negotiations. It is marked by a variety of international institutions dealing with topics as diverse as biodiversity, international trade and security. This three-year Formas-funded project seeks to generate novel insights into the shape, causes and consequences of this institutional complexity for three key areas: geoengineering, reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD) and short-lived climate pollutants.
Read more about the project here (link to the Dept of Political Science at Lund University)

Contact: Fariborz Zelli