Environmental Politics and Governance

Environmental Politics and Governance

Thu, 01 Oct 2020 - Thu, 10 Dec 2020


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The schedule for the Environmental Politics and Governance (EPG) Online seminar is now available. If you wish to attend the seminar, and receive future email updates please sign up HERE.

The seminar will be on Thursdays at 8:30 PT, 11:30 ET, 16:30 GMT, 17:30 CET, 21:00 IST, 23:30 CST. Each session will consist of two half-hour blocks of presentation plus discussion.

Our application form for papers is still open for Q1 2021 (https://forms.gle/LstSAzg4ZV7xFvLH8) and we will announce an official call and deadline later on this year.

The schedule for Q4 2020 is as follows:

Thursday, 1 October 2020

"Leave It As It Is:" Network Effects on Protected Lands
Darren Hawkins (Brigham Young University)
Acres for the Affluent: How Governments and Nonprofits Conserve Land
Samantha Zuhlke (Texas A&M)

Thursday, 15 October 2020

The Paradox of Climate Concern: Declining Mitigation Support after Natural Disasters
Talbot Andrews (Princeton University)
Temperature shocks and climate policy
Sam Rowan (Concordia University)

Thursday, 29 October 2020

Diffusing Climate Frames in International Organizations
Shiming Yang (University of Southern California)
Understanding Network Building Strategy in Environmental Governance
Kristin Olofsson (Oklahoma State University)

Thursday, 12 November 2020

Conservation and positive spillovers on corruption: Establishment of protected areas across Africa reduced local bribery
Aksel Sundström (University of Gothenburg)
Bureaucratic Capacity Building and Climate Cooperation
Yves Steinebach (LMU)

Thursday, 26 November 2020

Growing Apart: China and India at the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol
Shiming Yang (University of Southern California)
Cheaters, market leaders, standard setters or rule-breakers? The who’s who of the global waste regime: Chinese and European perspectives on the Waste Ban
Anran Luo (University of Freiburg)

Thursday, 10 December 2020

Reporting on Climate-Change Action: Paris Agreement, Fridays for Future and the Framing in Public News Worldwide
Lisa Lechner (University of Innsbruck)
Developing a continuous climate concern scale for use in experimental research
Parrish Bergquist (Georgetown University)

Updates will also be posted to twitter @OnlineEpg  and liambeisermcgrath.com/epg-online.