1. Climate Governance and Federalism: An Introduction Alan Fenna, Sebastien Jodoin and Joana Setzer; 2. Climate Governance and Federalism in Australia Alan Fenna; 3. Climate Governance and Federalism in Brazil Fabiana Barbi Seleguim and Fernando Rei; 4. Climate Governance and Federalism in Canada Kathryn Harrison; 5. Climate Governance and Quasi-Federalism in China Hongtao Yi and Shuai Cao; 6. Climate Governance and Federalism in Ethiopia Yalemsew Adela, Adefires Worku and Tilaye Nigussie; 7. Climate Governance and Federalism in European Union Mariachiara Alberton; 8. Climate Governance and Federalism in Germany Peter Eckersley, Kristine Kern, Wolfgang Haupt and Hannah Muller; 9. Climate Governance and Federalism in India Aditya Valiathan Pillai and Navroz K. Dubash; 10. Climate Governance and Decentralization in Indonesia Monica di Gregorio and Moira Moeliono; 11. Climate Governance and Federalism in Mexico Marco Heredia and Beatriz Corral; 12. Climate Governance and Federalism in South Africa Jaap de Visser and Anel du Plessis; 13. Climate Governance and Federalism in Spain Susana Galera Rodrigo, Mercedes Alda-Fernandez and Mario Koelling; 14. Climate Governance and Federalism in Switzerland Marlene Kammerer, Sean Mueller, Karin Ingold and Maria Gallmann; 15. Climate Governance and Federalism in the United States Barry Rabe and Hannah Smith; 16. Reflections on Climate Governance and Federalism Alan Fenna; Index.
A review of federal and decentralised systems of governance, and whether these facilitate or hinder climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Alan Fenna is Professor of Politics at the John Curtin Institute of Public Policy, Curtin University, Western Australia. He specialises in Australian and comparative federalism and public polic and has authored or co-authored numerous book chapters and journal articles on federalism or public policy. He worked in the Federal Affairs Division of the Department of Premier and Cabinet, Western Australia; was an elected member of local government; and served as President of the Australian Political Studies Association (APSA) 2009-2010. Sebastien Jodoin is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law of McGill University, where he holds the Canada Research Chair in Human Rights, Health, and the Environment. He is the founding director of the Disability-Inclusive Climate Action Research Programme, a pioneering initiative to generate, co-produce, and translate knowledge at the intersections of disability and climate justice. His work in the field of climate change has been cited by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. Joana Setzer is an Assistant Professor at the Grantham Research Institute, at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences. She leads the Institute's research on climate litigation as well as the Climate Change Laws of the World project - the most comprehensive global resource on climate policy, legislation, and litigation. She regularly advises a range of international organisations, governments and non-governmental organisations in the field of climate law and policy.