Populism, Democracy, and Climate
Adaptation in Politically Sensitive Environments
Wednesday, December 2, 2020
6 PM (ET)
A live streamed event. Advanced registration required.
How does climate action take place in politically sensitive environments, where politics, international relations, and environmental political theory have to be considered? How can sustainable change and or adaptation get enacted that meets the needs of all stakeholders? Join special guests for a discussion moderated by Todd Eisenstadt that focuses on the politics of climate change.
Cristina Yumie Aoki Inoue, Associate Professor of International Relations, University of Brasília
Robyn Eckersley, Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor in Political Science, University of Melbourne
Dan Fiorino, Founding Director, Center for Environmental Policy; Distinguished Executive in Residence, School of Public Affairs, American University
Todd Eisenstadt, Research Director, Center for Environmental Policy; Co-author, Climate Change, Science, and the Politics of Shared Sacrifice