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Innovating Climate Governance
Moving Beyond Experiments

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Bruno Turnheim, Paula Kivimaa, Frans Berkhout, Harro van Asselt, Dave Huitema, Andrew Jordan, Luís Carvalho, Irina Lazzerini, Vanesa Castán Broto, Harriet Bulkeley, Helen Pallett, Megan A. Farrelly, J. J. Bos, Katharina Hölscher, Niki Frantzeskaki, Derk Loorbach, Arwin van Buuren, Heleen Vreugdenhil, Jitske van Popering Verkerk, Gerald Jan Ellen, Corniel van Leeuwen, Bas Breman, Sreeja Nair, Michael Howlett, Eva Heiskanen, Kaisa Matschoss, Andrew Karvonen
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  • Date Published: March 2018
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781108417457

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  • After the perceived failure of global approaches to tackling climate change, enthusiasm for local climate initiatives has blossomed world-wide, suggesting a more experimental approach to climate governance. Innovating Climate Governance: Moving Beyond Experiments looks critically at climate governance experimentation, focusing on how experimental outcomes become embedded in practices, rules and norms. Policy which encourages local action on climate change, rather than global burden-sharing, suggests a radically different approach to tackling climate issues. This book reflects on what climate governance experiments achieve, as well as what happens after and beyond these experiments. A bottom-up, polycentric approach is analyzed, exploring the outcomes of climate experiments and how they can have broader, transformative effects in society. Contributions offer a wide range of approaches and cover more than fifty empirical cases internationally, making this an ideal resource for academics and practitioners involved in studying, developing and evaluating climate governance.

    • Invites readers to consider how climate policy experiments can have broader and more lasting effects on society
    • Provides a variety of approaches, outcomes, and definitions used in discussing climate governance innovation
    • Analyzes a wide range of cases of climate governance experimentation in different sectors and countries, appealing to audiences from multiple disciplines and sectors
    • Informs and guides future research and policymaking in the field, focusing on core emerging questions
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    • Date Published: March 2018
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781108417457
    • length: 262 pages
    • dimensions: 254 x 180 x 16 mm
    • weight: 0.67kg
    • contains: 6 b/w illus. 2 maps
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    1. Beyond experiments: innovation in climate governance Bruno Turnheim, Paula Kivimaa and Frans Berkhout
    2. Global climate governance after Paris: setting the stage for experimentation? Harro van Asselt, Dave Huitema and Andrew Jordan
    Part I. Experiments: Exploring Innovations in Climate Governance:
    3. Anchoring and mobility of local energy concepts: the case of Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) Luís Carvalho and Irina Lazzerini
    4. Realigning circulations: how urban climate change experiments gain traction Vanesa Castán Broto and Harriet Bulkeley
    5. Understanding public dialogue as an embedded democratic innovation in UK climate governance Helen Pallett
    6. Broadening experimentation through research-industry collaboratives in the Australian water sector Megan A. Farrelly and J. J. Bos
    Part II. Beyond Experiments: Transforming Climate Governance:
    7. Developing transformative and orchestrating capacities for climate governance experimentation in Rotterdam Katharina Hölscher, Niki Frantzeskaki and Derk Loorbach
    8. The pilot paradox: exploring tensions between internal and external success factors in Dutch climate adaptation projects Arwin van Buuren, Heleen Vreugdenhil, Jitske van Popering Verkerk, Gerald Jan Ellen, Corniel van Leeuwen and Bas Breman
    9. Policy pilots for climate adaptation in Indian agriculture: a qualitative comparative analysis Sreeja Nair and Michael Howlett
    10. Evaluating climate governance experiments: participants' perspectives on low carbon experiments in Finland Eva Heiskanen and Kaisa Matschoss
    11. The city of permanent experiments? Andrew Karvonen
    12. Experiments and beyond: an emerging agenda for climate governance innovation Bruno Turnheim, Paula Kivimaa and Frans Berkhout
    Index.

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    Bruno Turnheim, King's College London
    Bruno Turnheim is Research Associate with the Department of Geography at King's College London, a Research Fellow with the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research (MIoIR) at the University of Manchester, and Associate Fellow with the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) at the University of Sussex. The overriding theme of his research concerns the role of innovation and transformative change for sustainability. His current research focuses on the governance of sustainability transitions, conceptual and methodological integration of research approaches to sustainability transitions, the role of local experimentation for transformative change, the diffusion of system innovation, and the destabilization of socio-technical regimes.

    Paula Kivimaa, University of Sussex
    Paula Kivimaa is a Senior Research Fellow with the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) at the University of Sussex, and a Senior Researcher with the Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE). Kivimaa is an expert in sustainability transition and innovation studies, focused on the interface of policy and innovation. Recently, she has conducted novel research on policy mixes, intermediaries and experiments in transitions, covering a range of empirical contexts from transport to bioenergy and energy efficiency of buildings. Dr Kivimaa frequently engages with policy-oriented audiences, including invited talks at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and the Finnish Ministries of the Environment and of Transport and Communications.

    Frans Berkhout, King's College London
    Frans Berkhout is Executive Dean of the Faculty of Social Science and Public Policy, and Professor of Environment, Society and Climate in the Department of Geography at King's College London. His work is concerned with science, technology, policy and sustainability, with a focus on climate change. He was a lead author in the fourth (2007) and fifth (2014) assessment reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and is chair of UK Future Earth.

    Contributors

    Bruno Turnheim, Paula Kivimaa, Frans Berkhout, Harro van Asselt, Dave Huitema, Andrew Jordan, Luís Carvalho, Irina Lazzerini, Vanesa Castán Broto, Harriet Bulkeley, Helen Pallett, Megan A. Farrelly, J. J. Bos, Katharina Hölscher, Niki Frantzeskaki, Derk Loorbach, Arwin van Buuren, Heleen Vreugdenhil, Jitske van Popering Verkerk, Gerald Jan Ellen, Corniel van Leeuwen, Bas Breman, Sreeja Nair, Michael Howlett, Eva Heiskanen, Kaisa Matschoss, Andrew Karvonen

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