Podcast Series on 'Taking SDGs to the Last Mile' in collaboration with Centre for Climate Studies, Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE)
Global cities are increasingly becoming a crucial part of global climate governance, more so because of their ability to contribute to the journey of achieving the SDGs. Assessing the role of cities in global climate governance becomes an important study as much as studying the role of states in mitigating climate change. From an international relations perspective as well, there is a connection between the global and the local levels. It is important to look at transnational municipal networks and their contribution to climate governance such as the C40 and what is it that they do to promote technology-based solutions as well as how do they contribute in forwarding the agendas necessary for cities to mitigate climate change. Climate change and technology interface in global environmental politics makes the study of the role of global cities a holistic one.
To discuss on “Global Cities and Global Climate Governance”, we are joined by Dr. Marielle Papin, Postdoctoral Fellow, Political Science department, McGill University and Dr. Ana Carolina Evangelista Maud, Assistant Professor, International Relations Department, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.
The Bridge Project (2021), "Taking SDGs to the Last Mile: Global Cities and Global Climate Governance ", 04 May, 2021, URL: https://www.buzzsprout.com/921337/8451542
Dr. Dhanasree Jayaram (Host), Mrinmoy, Kurnica and Varun (Research)
Inspired by Kevin MacLeod
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