Climate change extra reading

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Japan's position in international climate policy; navigating between Kyoto and the Asia Pacific Partnership
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Vulnerability: risk resilience, perceptions of risk and vulnerability, governance mechanisms to decrease vulnerability in marginalised areas rather than those with access to power and resources. Vulnerability- multiple scalesAdger, 2006Intersection and influence of the environmental justice movement to climate justice changing the discourse of environmental justice and framing climate change. Hurricane Katrina was responsible for triggering this and environmental racism in AmericaSchlosberg and Collins, 2014Contextual (starting point) vulnerability, outcome (endpoint) vulnerability and focal point view of vulnerability. Contextual vulnerability most appropriate studying the current impacts of climate changeO'Brien et al., 2007 and Okpara, Stringer and Dongill, 2016The emergence of polycentric climate governance and its future prospects. Climate governance a distribution, initiation, origins and intervention and performanceJordan et al., 2015The anti-politics machine" development & bureaucratic power in Lesotho. The World Bank and development assistance and fitting standardised development package. The state as an instrument and government as the machine. Development is through government actionFerguson and Lohman, 1994Three models of global climate governance: from Kyoto to Paris and beyond. Shift from legalised regulatory model to voluntary governance model and a combination of these twoHeld, 2018The Paris Agreement and non state climate action. Shift from a regulatory to a catalytic and facilitative climate regimeHale, 2016Across levels of governance. Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution and their recommendation for the UK to decrease their emission by 60% based on contraction and convergence. Why this was accepted is linked to the energy policy and energy security in the UKOwens, 2009The role of the private sector in global climate and energy landscape. They play an active role in the mitigation of climate change and multi-stakeholder participation in global decision making.Andrade, Puppim de Oliveira, 2015Common but Differentiated Responsibilities and Respective Capabilities (CDRRC) principle. Developed countries should take the lead as responsible for large historical GHG emissions. The language used in agreements in the discussion of common vs differentiated responsibilitiesTian and Xiang, 2018Adaptation to climate change in the developing world. Vulnerability is a socially constructed formula influenced by institutional and economic dynamicsAdger et al., 2003No regrets approach in the economy and environment in Australia's domestic climate change policy progressBulkeley, 1999IPCC special report on keeping global warming 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels. Integrated Assessment Models and importance of scenarios in projectionsHuppman et al., 2018The role of IPCC in informing local decision making in the UK. While credible, it is rarely used in local decision making due to its inability to communicate local impacts. Key limitations inaccessible, heavy and denseHowarth and Painter, 2016The radiative forcing potential of different climate geoengineering options. Comparing shortwave vs geoengineering approaches in tackling the remaining 3wm-2 in the atmosphereLenton and Vaughan, 2009Climate injustice in Copenhagen: antagonism, the commons and solidarity. De-politicising the key issues of climate change and the generation of translocal political networksChatterson, Featherstone and Routledge, 2013Governing climate change and the governance challenge- multi-scales of climate change, framing climate change as an international problem and the economically and socially embedded nature of the production of GHG emissions. 4 critiques of climate governance regimeBulkeley and Newell, 2015Violent nature and violent accumulation of the integrated carbon offset and conservation initiation at the Mount Elgon National Park. Partnership between Uganda Wildlife Authority and Face of the Future- large scale eviction- accumulation and naturalisation by dispossession and fetishism of the carbon offsets-disconnectionCavanagh and Benjaminsen, 2014Accumulation by decarbonisation, governance of carbon offsets and issues in commodifying carbonBumpus and Liverman, 2008Can the capitalist economic system deliver environmental justice. Environmental destruction and injustice within capitalism is part of an inherent logicBell, 2015Contextual vulnerability framework to New Zealand's Tourism IndustryHopkins, 2014Policy interface across different scales of governance. The interplay between top-down and bottom-up approaches. View climate change as a cross-cutting issue and the Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) system in spearheading climate proofingUrwin and Jordan, 2007Role of lay people in scientific knowledge. 3 models of participation by non-specialists scientific and technological debates. The Public Debate Model, the Public Education and the Co-production of knowledge model. Different interplay of lay people in the production of knowledgeCallon, 1999Policy interface across different scales of governance. Interplay of top-down and bottom-up. Climate change cross cutting issue and climate proofing