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  • Governing Climate Change
  • Polycentricity in Action?
  • Online publication date: May 2018
  • pp v-vii
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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Contents

  1. List of Contributors

  2. Preface

  3. List of Abbreviations

  4. Part IContext

    1. 1Governing Climate Change Polycentrically: Setting the Scene

      Andrew Jordan, Dave Huitema, Jonas Schoenefeld, Harro van Asselt and Johanna Forster

  5. Part IIActors and Domains of Governance

    1. 2International Governance: Polycentric Governing by and beyond the UNFCCC

      Harro van Asselt and Fariborz Zelli

    2. 3National Governance: The State’s Role in Steering Polycentric Action

      Joana Setzer and Michal Nachmany

    3. 4Transnational Governance: Charting New Directions Post-Paris

      Harriet Bulkeley, Michele Betsill, Daniel Compagnon, Thomas Hale, Matthew Hoffmann, Peter Newell and Matthew Paterson

    4. 5City and Subnational Governance: High Ambitions, Innovative Instruments and Polycentric Collaborations?

      Jeroen van der Heijden

  6. Part IIIPolycentric Governance Processes

    1. 6Experimentation: The Politics of Innovation and Learning in Polycentric Governance

      Jan-Peter Voß and Fabian Schroth

    2. 7Entrepreneurship: A Key Driver of Polycentric Governance?

      Elin Lerum Boasson

    3. 8Leadership and Pioneership: Exploring Their Role in Polycentric Governance

      Duncan Liefferink and Rüdiger K. W. Wurzel

    4. 9Diffusion: An Outcome of and an Opportunity for Polycentric Activity?

      Jale Tosun

    5. 10Linkages: Understanding Their Role in Polycentric Governance

      Philipp Pattberg, Sander Chan, Lisa Sanderink and Oscar Widerberg

    6. 11Orchestration: Strategic Ordering in Polycentric Governance

      Kenneth W. Abbott

    7. 12Policy Surveillance: Its Role in Monitoring, Reporting, Evaluating and Learning

      Joseph E. Aldy

  7. Part IVSubstantive Governance Challenges

    1. 13Harnessing the Market: Trading in Carbon Allowances

      Katja Biedenkopf and Jørgen Wettestad

    2. 14Decarbonisation: The Politics of Transformation

      Steven Bernstein and Matthew Hoffmann

    3. 15Transferring Technologies: The Polycentric Governance of Clean Energy Technology

      Liliana B. Andonova, Paula Castro and Kathryn Chelminski

    4. 16Governing Experimental Responses: Negative Emissions Technologies and Solar Climate Engineering

      Jesse Reynolds

    5. 17Adaptation: The Neglected Dimension of Polycentric Climate Governance?

      Robbert Biesbroek and Alexandra Lesnikowski

    6. 18Equity and Justice in Polycentric Climate Governance

      Chukwumerije Okereke

    7. 19Legitimacy and Accountability in Polycentric Climate Governance

      Karin Bäckstrand, Fariborz Zelli and Philip Schleifer

  8. Part VSynthesis and Conclusions

    1. 20Governing Climate Change: The Promise and Limits of Polycentric Governance

      Andrew Jordan, Dave Huitema, Harro van Asselt and Johanna Forster

  9. Index