Governing Climate Change: Theory and Practice | Summer / Short course | Humanities & Culture | On Campus | 14 days | Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam | Netherlands
Climate change may well be the most pressing environmental challenge facing humankind. Despite scientific consensus on its main cause – us – current policies lack the ambition needed to tackle the crisis effectively. However, sprouts of positive change are seen everywhere. Some countries have decided to cut their emissions to zero over the next 30 years. We also see cities, companies, NGOs and powerful individuals responding to the challenge, collaborating in new and innovative ways to reduce emissions and adapt to the consequences of climate change. A complex global web of institutions, instruments and actors is shaping up seeking to govern climate change. In this course you will learn perspectives and acquire tools for analyzing the increasingly complex world of climate governance.
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