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Could religious narratives play a role in shifting attitudes toward pro-climate policies? Examples from the U.S.

written by Sırça S. Göğüş Narratives of climate change The coining of the term “climate change” came about with the culmination of overwhelming scientific evidence, in an ever-progressive manner, on … Continue reading

March 7, 2014 · Leave a comment

Understanding Impasse in Climate Change Negotiations: The North-South Conflict and Beyond

Sırça‘s two cents on why the UNFCCC context looks ever-tortuous and the COP process, more often than not, dead-locked. A recap on negotiations… Climate change has been identified as a global … Continue reading

February 6, 2014 · 3 Comments