The INOGOV Policy Brief series provides an outlet for the publication of policy-relevant, concise and topical papers. We strongly encourage linking policy briefs to current INOGOV research endeavours; including workshops, visiting fellowships (short-term scientific missions) and peer-review articles.
Topics that address and reflect on current research and/or publications, ideally focusing on concrete public policy challenges or opportunities are also encouraged. Policy briefs generally contain recommendations on how the identified challenge could be addressed or the opportunity seized, based on thorough research and reflection. Topics addressed in the INOGOV policy briefs should be tailored to the overall aims and objectives of INOGOV, detailed here.
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....
This INOGOV policy brief analyses the importance of polarity in academic debate surrounding climate engineering. It discusses the fact that while climate engineering approaches cannot yet be considered ‘physically tangible technological objects’ because they...
This INOGOV policy brief examines emissions used by students and teachers to attend INOGOV’s first Spring School. The brief highlights how travel is the primary source of emissions, rather than food or accommodation, while...
This INOGOV policy brief analyses bilateral aid for adaptation to climate change from three major donor countries – Germany, Sweden and the United Kingdom – between 2010 and 2014. The brief highlights that while...
We are delighted to announce the new INOGOV Policy Brief series! This first issue addresses the EU Energy Council on 26 November 2015, which is expected to adopt conclusions on energy union governance. Addressing the...
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