Durable by Design? Policy Feedback in a Changing Climate

By Andrew J. Jordan, and Brendan Moore, University of East Anglia

“Following the landmark Paris agreement, policy makers are under pressure to adopt policies that rapidly deliver deep, society-wide decarbonisation. Deep decarbonisation requires more durable policies, but not enough is known about if and how they actually emerge.”

The book builds on the authors’ previous work on policy feedback and climate policy. In this book, “the determinants of policy durability in three high-profile areas: biofuel production, car transport, and industrial emissions” are analysed. Take a look at a further description of the book. The publication offers free access to several chapters. Every three weeks, the freely available chapters will rotate.




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