Book review: "Hayley Stevenson / John S. Dryzek: Democratizing global climate governance"

Mathis, Okka Lou / Sander Chan
External Publications (2016)

in: Carbon and Climate Law Review (CCLR) 10 (1), 83-85

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In Democratizing Global Climate Governance, Stevenson and Dryzek apply a deliberative systems approach to the analysis of global climate governance. In view of the limited success of current international climate politics, this timely and accessible book makes useful proposals to improve the deliberative quality of global climate governance, making it more democratic, and ultimately more effective.

About the authors

Mathis, Okka Lou

Political Scientist

Mathis

Chan, Sander

Transnational and international environmental politics and governance

Chan

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