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GOVTRAN aims to spearhead a new, multidisciplinary academic network on climate and energy governance in Europe by providing a platform that brings together the European and global community of scholars, and that actively fosters this community's engagement with policymakers and the broader public.
Policy Report: EU State aid decisions and access to justice
EU State aid decisions and access to justice: The implications of the findings of the Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee in case C128, and the options … Continued
Article: The European Investment Bank as the EU’s Climate Bank
The European Investment Bank as the EU’s Climate Bank Daniel Mertens & Matthias Thiemann Link to full paper This is a draft chapter. The final … Continued
Policy Brief: Turning to Algeria to replace Russian gas: A false solution
Turning to Algeria to replace Russian gas: A false solution By Reinhilde Bouckaert, doctoral researcher and Claire Dupont, assistant professor of European and International Governance … Continued
Book Chapter: Green Recovery: Catalyst for an Enhanced Role of the EU in Climate and Energy Policy?
Green Recovery: Catalyst for an Enhanced Role of the EU in Climate and Energy Policy? Rainer Quitzow, Germán Bersalli, Johan Lilliestam and Andrea Prontera Link … Continued
Book: European Foreign Policy in a Decarbonising World
European Foreign Policy in a Decarbonising World Challenges and Opportunities BySebastian Oberthür, Dennis Tänzler, Emily Wright, Gauri Khandekar Published December 24, 2021 by Routledge Open access … Continued
Blog: Did COP26 keep 1,5 degrees alive?
Did COP26 ‘keep 1,5 degrees alive’? By Andy Jordan, Professor of Environmental Policy at the Tyndall Centre, University of East Anglia and Associate Director of … Continued