How are non-governmental organisations, social movements and transnational networks working to combat climate change globally and locally? Maria Armoudian is joined by Astrid Carrapatoso to discuss this. Carrapatoso has published studies on climate change policy implemented by local, state, national and international governments.
Astrid Carrapatoso is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Freiberg, Germany. She is an expert on climate change policy and is the author of The Greening of Free Trade: Domestic Politics and Environmental Issues in New Zealand’s Free Trade Agreement Negotiations.
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