Climate Change Politics & Policy
ENVS/GEOG 3022

Week 4

Monday, July 31

  • news tweets #8

Required Readings

Hoffman, Andrew J. (2015) How Culture Shapes the Climate Change Debate Stanford University Press, Preface & Chapter 1 (pp. vii-14)

Ayling, J., and Gunningham, N. (2015). Non-state governance and climate policy: the fossil fuel divestment movementClimate Policy, 1-15.

Leiserowitz, A., Maibach, E., Roser-Renouf, C., Feinberg, G., & Rosenthal, S. (2016). Politics and global warming, Spring 2016. Yale University and George Mason University. New Haven, CT: Yale Program on Climate Change Communication.

Tuesday, August 1

  • co-facilitation #6

Required Readings

Hoffman, Andrew J. (2015) How Culture Shapes the Climate Change Debate Stanford University Press, Chapter 2 (pp. 15-33) and Chapter 3 (pp. 34-47)

Farrell, J. (2015). Network structure & influence of climate change counter-movementNature Climate Change.

Brulle, R. J. (2014). Institutionalizing delay: foundation funding and the creation of U.S. climate change counter-movement organizations. Climatic Change, 122:681–694.

Wednesday, August 2

  • news tweets #9

Required Readings

Hoffman, Andrew J. (2015) How Culture Shapes the Climate Change Debate Stanford Univ Press, Ch 4

Fisher, Dana (2013) Understanding the Relationship between Subnational and National Climate Change Politics in the United States: Toward a Theory of Boomerang Federalism, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 31(5) 769-784

Leggett, Jeremy (2015) The Winning of the Carbon War: Power and politics on the front lines of climate and clean energy Creative Commons: Mountain View, CA. Chapters 22, 23 & 24

Thursday, August 3

  • co-facilitation #7

Required Readings

Hoffman, Andrew J. (2015) How Culture Shapes the Climate Change Debate Stanford University Press, Chapter 5 (pp. 70-80) and Chapter 6 (pp. 81-90)

Luers, A. (2013). Rethinking US climate advocacyClimatic Change120(1-2), 13-19.

Friday, August 4

  • final negotiations (negotiator statements, questions and exchanges) and final decision

Required Readings

Leggett, Jeremy (2015) The Winning of the Carbon War: Power and politics on the front lines of climate and clean energy Creative Commons: Mountain View, CA. Chapters 25, 26 & 27