Episode 2.12: Metaphors for Climate Governance

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In this episode, which is a re-broadcast of an episode from Season 1, we speak with Steven Bernstein, Distinguished Professor of Global Environmental and Sustainability Governance, University of Toronto, and Matthew Hoffmann, Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto, about …

Episode 2.6: Great Power Politics and the Environment

Episode 2.6: Great Power Politics and the Environment What influence do the world’s most powerful nations have on global environmental politics? In this episode, Dr. Yixian Sun, Assistant Professor in International Development at the University of Bath, and Dr. Matthew …

Episode 2.6: Great Power Politics and the Environment

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Dr. Yixian Sun (University of Bath), and Dr. Matthew Paterson (University of Manchester), explain how the world’s most powerful countries – from Great Powers in the G7 to emerging powers in the BRICS – shape ecopolitical outcomes on the global …

Episode 1.12: The Politics of Decarbonization

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Proposing a new metaphor for decarbonization, Dr. Steven Bernstein (Toronto) and Dr. Matthew Hoffmann (Toronto) discuss how we might challenge carbon lock-in from local action to global governance.

Episode 1.12: The Politics of Decarbonization

Episode 12: The Politics of Decarbonization In this episode, we speak with Steven Bernstein, Distinguished Professor of Global Environmental and Sustainability Governance, University of Toronto, and Matthew Hoffmann, Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto, about carbon lock-in (the ways …