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Harnessing international climate governance to drive a sustainable recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic
Article by Wolfgang Obergassel, Lukas Hermwille, and Sebastian Oberthür in Climate Policy
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GOVTRAN reaches out to the wider epistemic community and other relevant scholarly networks. It actively fosters engagement with policymakers and the broader public in this field.
In the span of the project’s three year lifecycle, GOVTRAN will host and co-host a number of events such as policy debates, lectures, workshop, roundtables, webinars, and conferences. These will take place in different European cities.
Another important objective of the GOVTRAN project is to share a variety of publications, including academic publications, multimedia content and policy debates. One of the key activities of the GOVTRAN project are two separate calls for papers for an International workshop and special issue on:
- Climate and Energy Governance and the Future of Europe, &
- Appraising the EU’s 2030 Climate and Energy Policy Framework
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