Responding to Climate Change in the Region: New Partnerships and Chinese Leadership
Global climate change is the most serious and complex problem facing international society in the twenty-first century. The scientific uncertainties and political tensions inherent in resolving the problem mean that it cannot be addressed on the basis of a traditional top-down approach. Framing climate change as a governance issue focuses attention upon the importance of reflexive, inclusive and flexible decision-making. It also underscores the role of leadership and institutions (both formal...[Show more]
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