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Durable by Design?

Policy Feedback in a Changing Climate

; Brendan Moore

Systematic analysis of the determinants of climate policy durability, combining state-of-the-art policy theories with empirical accounts of landmark political events Les mer
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Systematic analysis of the determinants of climate policy durability, combining state-of-the-art policy theories with empirical accounts of landmark political events

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Part I - Policy Durability; 1. The Quest for Durability: When, Where and How Do Policies Feed Back into Politics?; 2. Designing Durable Policies: An Instruments Perspective; Part II - Designing Policy Durability; 3. Designing Climate Policy in the European Union; 4. Climate Policy Designs: Contexts, Choices, Settings and Sequences; 5. Regulation: The Governance of Biofuels; 6. Emissions Trading: The Governance of Large Stationary Emitters; 7. Voluntary Action: The Governance of Car Emissions; Part III - Climate Policy: Durable by Design?; 8. Climate Policy Feedbacks: Significant Mechanisms, Effects and Directions; 9. Durable by Design? Policy Making in a Changing Climate; References; Bibliography; Index.

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Andrew Jordan is Professor of Environmental Policy at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of East Anglia. He has published extensively on European Union (EU) and United Kingdom (UK) environmental policy and politics, and provided expert advice to both EU and UK institutions. He is a Director of the Economics and Social Research Council (ESRC) Centre on Climate Change and Social Transformations (CAST), and a Co-Chair of the ESRC-funded Brexit & Environment network. He is also a member of the Scientific Committee of the European Environment Agency and an elected Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences. Brendan Moore is Senior Research Associate at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of East Anglia. His research focuses on EU climate change policy, the politics of emissions trading, and the impact of Brexit on UK and EU environmental governance. He is the network coordinator of the Brexit & Environment network, a group of scholars providing independent research on how Brexit is affecting policy, governance, and the environment