Is Climate Obstruction Different in the Global South? Observations and a Preliminary Research Agenda

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2021-10-07

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Climate Social Science Network

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Technical Report

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Abstract

In anticipation of the COP26 Glasgow United Nations Summit on Climate Change, this position paper draws attention to a series of research themes and potential questions to ask on the role of climate obstruction in the Global South. These initial research themes and questions set the foundation for a body of research that could have direct implications for nation states in the Global South and their engagement in future action on climate change.

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obstruction, climate change, global south

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McKie, R.E., Milani, C.R.S., Walz, J.R, Roberts, T., Edwards, G., Faruque, O.M., McElwee., P., Hochstetler, K., Kashwan, P. (2021) Is Climate Obstruction Different in the Global South? Preliminary Observations and a Research Agenda. Position Paper 4. Climate Social Science Network. Institute at Brown for Environment and Society.

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Institute for Research in Criminology, Community, Education and Social Justice