Earth System Governance. Science and Implementation Plan of the Earth System Governance Project.

Burch, Sarah, Gupta, Aarti, Inoue, Cristina, Kalfagianni, Agni, Persson, Asa, Gerlak, Andrea, Ishii, Atsushi, Patterson, James, Pickering, Jonathan, Scobie, Michelle, Van der Heijden, Jeroen, Vervoort, Joost, Adler, Carolina, Bloomfield, Michael, Djalante, Riyanti, Dryzek, John, Galaz, Victor, Gordon, Christopher, Harmon, Renee, Jinnah, Sikina et al. (2018). Earth System Governance. Science and Implementation Plan of the Earth System Governance Project.. Earth System Governance Project.

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    Author Burch, Sarah
    Gupta, Aarti
    Inoue, Cristina
    Kalfagianni, Agni
    Persson, Asa
    Gerlak, Andrea
    Ishii, Atsushi
    Patterson, James
    Pickering, Jonathan
    Scobie, Michelle
    Van der Heijden, Jeroen
    Vervoort, Joost
    Adler, Carolina
    Bloomfield, Michael
    Djalante, Riyanti
    Dryzek, John
    Galaz, Victor
    Gordon, Christopher
    Harmon, Renee
    Jinnah, Sikina
    Kim, Rakhyun E.
    Olsson, Lennart
    Van Leeuwen, Judith
    Ramasar, Vasna
    Wapner, Paul
    Zondervan, Ruben
    Title Earth System Governance. Science and Implementation Plan of the Earth System Governance Project.
    Publication Date 2018
    Place of Publication Online
    Publisher Earth System Governance Project
    Pages 128
    Language eng
    Abstract This Science and Implementation Plan sets out the agenda for the next decade of earth system governance research. In this section, we present a new vision developed by the research community and describe the background and process of developing the plan. We explain the structure of the plan, and provide an overview of environmental, economic, social and political trends that define the context of the next generation of earth system governance research. To facilitate high-quality and novel earth system governance research, we need to regularly rethink the relevance and urgency of our research endeavour in light of a changing world and changing earth system. This plan builds on successful elements of the previous plan but adds new research lenses and approaches that have come to the fore and will be important to earth system governance in the coming decade. While the timeframe of this plan is the next ten years, we expect that there will be active engagement and discussion when taking it forward, to ensure high relevance to governance challenges and new scientific findings. The implementation of this plan will be aided by shorter-term action plans developed by the Scientific Steering Committee.
    Copyright Holder Earth System Governance Project
    Copyright Year 2018
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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