Earth’s climate is in crisis. Climate governance has failed to meet the challenge.
Pathologies of Climate Governance: International Relations, National Politics and Human Nature diagnoses this failure, uncovers the pathologies causing it and points to prescriptions for overcoming them. It cuts through complex science, politics and policy to identify what every concerned reader needs to know and do about the climate crisis.
“Very accessible, often provocative, sometimes depressing, but always engaging, this should be read by everyone interested in climate politics.” Neil Carter, Professor of Politics, University of York
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