The Climate Social Science Network announces its interest in fostering research and other activities to enhance our understanding of the cultural, institutional, and political dimensions of climate change politics in nations outside the United States and Canada, especially in the Global South and non-Western countries.
A recent article published by Environment & Energy Publishing featured CSSN Scholar Joshua Basseches for his expertise on energy and climate politics in the U.S. states. The article investigates whether utilities will work toward achieving decarbonization given the financial gap they potentially face supporting this transition.
Through an article published in The Conversation, CSSN Scholar Christian Downie addresses the change in attitudes toward leveraging support for public banks and export credit agencies, which have historically funded highly polluting sectors.
In a recent news article, NPR presents research findings from a study conducted by CSSN Scholars Gregory Trencher and Jusen Asuka. The study focuses on observing four major oil companies and their lack of direction toward cleaner energy production, despite claims made to decarbonize their strategies.