This INOGOV policy brief explores how climate change negotiations are based on coalitions. It details the dramatic increase of coalitions since 2005, and discusses the implications for cooperation and compromise in climate change negotiations.
The INOGOV Policy Brief series provides an outlet for the publication of policy-relevant, concise and topical papers. Often linked to current INOGOV research endeavours; including workshops, visiting fellowships and peer-review articles, topics address and reflect on current research and/or publications, ideally focusing on concrete public policy challenges or opportunities.
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