CONNECT Working Paper ‘Mapping And Measuring The Degree Of Fragmentation: Comparing Fragmentation In Global Climate And Forest Governance Architectures’ presented at the 2015 ISA conference in New Orleans

May 7, 2015 in Conferences, News by Flavia Guerra

We are pleased to announce that the CONNECT working paper Mapping And Measuring The Degree Of Fragmentation: Comparing Fragmentation In Global Climate And Forest Governance Architectures by Marija Isailovic and Oscar Widerberg was presented at the 2015 ISA conference in New Orleans. We presented our innovative framework on establishing the degree of fragmentation in the issue areas of global climate and forest governance from the social network and discourse analysis perspective. Besides, our colleagues from Lund University presented their paper Navigating Institutional Complexity in Global Climate Governance: The Cases Of Geoengineering, REDD+, And Short Lived Climate Pollutants. The interesting discussion on conceptualizing fragmentation as a quality of governance architecture and institutional complexity emerged during the panel, while other colleagues explored more single case studies on boundary organizations in the case of IPBES.

The full program can be found here http://www.isanet.org/Conferences/New-Orleans-2015/Program.