Miriam Prys-Hansen / Kristina Hahn / Malte Lellmann / Milan Röseler

Contestation in the UNFCCC: The Case of Climate Finance

Chapter in edited Volume | 2019


  • Published in

    Contested World Orders

    Editor(s)

    Matthew Stephen

    Michael Zürn

    Publisher

    Oxford University Press

    Pages

    272-302

    ISBN

    978-0-198843-04-7

    Dr. Miriam Prys-Hansen

    Lead Research Fellow / Head of Research Programme "Global Orders and Foreign Policies"

    T. +49 (0)40 - 42 88 74-30miriam.prys@giga-hamburg.de

    Kristina Hahn


    Malte Lellmann


    Milan Röseler

    Formerly Research Fellow


    GIGA Focus Asia | 2/2020

    Coal vs Climate – Indonesia’s Energy Policy Contradicts Its Climate Goals

    Being the fourth-largest country, Indonesia plays an essential role in international climate protection. While the government has implemented forest and peatland protection measures, national energy planning heavily relies on fossil fuels, and is in clear conflict with the country’s climate goals.

    Research Project | 01/01/2012 - 01/12/2016

    Contested World Orders

    The project involves the analysis of the evolution of world order, its underlying normative differences and conflicts as well as the question of the legitimacy of international authority. The participating Leibniz Institutes (WZB, HSFK and GIGA) use a common analytical framework to investigate forms of political authority beyond the nation state, its politicization on the part of the "rising powers" and non-state actors, as well as associated implications for peacefulness of world order.
    Leibniz Association, 2012-2016

    Prof. Dr. Anja Jetschke

    Dr. Martin Binder

    Prof. Dr. Liesbeth Hooghe

    Prof. Dr. Gary Marks

    Prof. Dr. Harald Müller

    Prof. Dr. Jonas Tallberg

    Prof. Dr. Klaus-Dieter Wolf

    Prof. Dr. Michael Zürn

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