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The Governance of Clean Development: CDM and beyond

Grant reference: RES-066-27-0005

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Governing climate change transnationally : assessing the evidence from a database of sixty initiatives
Analysis of sixty transnational governance initiatives and assessment of the implications for our understanding of the roles of public and private actors, the legitimacy of governance ‘beyond’ the state, and the North–South dimensions of governing climate change.
10.1068/c11126
English

Primary contributor

Co-author Harriet Bulkeley

Additional contributors

Co-author Liliana Andonova
Co-author Karin Bäckstrand
Co-author Michele Betsill
Co-author Daniel Compagnon
Co-author Rosaleen Duffy
Co-author Ans Kolk
Co-author Matthew Hoffmann
Co-author David Levy
Co-author Peter Newell
Co-author Tori Milledge
Co-author Matthew Paterson
Co-author Philipp Pattberg
Co-author Stacy VanDeveer

Additional details

30
4
Yes
0263-774X
Pion
15 October 2012
591-612
London
Post-print
Environment and planning C : government & policy

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Harvard

Bulkeley, Harriet et al (2012) Governing climate change transnationally : assessing the evidence from a database of sixty initiatives. Environment and planning C : government & policy. 30 (4), pp. 591-612 London: Pion.

Vancouver

Bulkeley Harriet et al. Governing climate change transnationally : assessing the evidence from a database of sixty initiatives. Environment and planning C : government & policy 2012; 30 (4): 591-612.