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Benoît Mayer

No simple adjustment in international law can provide an adequate response to the issues raised by the current debates on “climate migration.” Yet, these discussions could stress the need for structural reforms in global governance in a growingly interdependent world. This introduction presents an overview of the central themes of this book. It introduces the main methodologies and theoretical frameworks that form the general background for the following analysis.
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Silvia Irawan and Luca Tacconi

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Silvia Irawan and Luca Tacconi

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Silvia Irawan and Luca Tacconi

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Karin Bäckstrand and Eva Lövbrand

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Markus Lederer

This chapter explores how contemporary scholarship evaluates global climate change governance. It briefly describes how the literature on global governance of climate change evolved and why its overly optimistic outlook can no longer be upheld. The chapter will also provide an overview of current perspectives, differentiating between those who see the effective and legitimate global governance of climate change as a ‘glass half full,’ those who are agnostic about it, and those who argue that the glass is almost empty. Finally, the conclusion will provide possible scenarios as to where the real world of global governance of climate change might move and what follows for academic debate.
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Anna Korppoo, Nina Tynkkynen and Geir Hønneland

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Anna Korppoo, Nina Tynkkynen and Geir Hønneland