Climate Advocacy: What Works, and Why?
The Environmental Politics and Governance network (epgnetwork.org) has launched a new initiative, Deep Climate Conversations. This will be an online structured roundtable (i.e.,
The Environmental Politics and Governance network (epgnetwork.org) has launched a new initiative, Deep Climate Conversations. This will be an online structured roundtable (i.e., questions circulated in advance to speakers) on a specific issue. The objective is to explore climate issues at a deeper, theoretical level.
This will be a 75-minute event: 60 minutes for discussion of planned questions, leaving about 15 minutes for comments from the audience. We have scheduled it for March 1, 12:00-1:15pm EST.
Please register in advance here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Jennifer Hadden, University of Maryland, College Park
Aseem Prakash, University of Washington Seattle
Patricia Bromley, Stanford University
Mette Eilstrup-Sanviovanni, University of Cambridge
Sidney Tarrow, Cornell University
Fernando Tormos-Aponte, University of Pittsburgh
The roundtable will focus on the following questions:
- What theoretical perspectives best help us to explain the character of advocacy on climate change? Where can existing theory be improved?
- From your perspective, what kinds of advocacy are working? What kinds are not? Why?
- How should we think about “success” in the realm of climate advocacy? What kinds of outcomes are most important for scholars to examine?
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