Philipp Pattberg presents study on fragmentation and polycentrism in global climate governance at Asser Institute (Center for International and European Law) in The Hague

June 16, 2015 in Conferences, News by Oscar Widerberg

Philipp recently participated in the workshop ‘Governing the Global Climate Regime: Issues of Institutional Integrity and Justice’ , organized by Griffith University’s Institute for Ethics, Governance and Law (IEGL), the Asser Institute and the Amsterdam Centre for International Law. The workshop investigated the institutional architecture of the global climate regime (conventions, protocols, institutions, mechanisms), the governance quality of those elements and the way they interact. It thereby considered the degree to which they contribute to an effective global climate integrity system—i.e. an inter-­related set of institutions, governance arrangements, regulations, norms and practices that aim to implement the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The paper presented draws on new data on actors networks and discourse structures in global climate governance. A pdf of the presentation can be found here.