Publications

Publications

2020

Biermann, F. & Kim, R. E. (Eds). (2020). Architectures of Earth System Governance. Institutional Complexity and Structural Transformation. Cambridge University Press.

Shawoo, Z., Dzebo, A. Hägele, R., Iacobuta, G., Chan, S., Muhoza, C., Osano, P., Francisco, M., Persson, Å., Linner, B-O. and Vijge, M.J. (2020). Increasing policy coherence between NDCs and SDGs: a national perspective. SEI policy brief. Stockholm Environment Institute. Stockholm.

2019

Adger, W.N., Boyd, E., Fábos, A., Fransen, S., Jolivet, D., Neville, G., de Campos, R.S. and Vijge, M.J. (2019). Migration transforms the conditions for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. The Lancet Planetary Health, 3(11), 440-442.

Bansard, J., Hickmann, T., Kern, K. (2019). Pathways to Urban Sustainability: How Science Can Contribute to Sustainable Development in Cities, GAIA – Ecological Perspectives on Science & Society 28(2), 112-118.

Biermann, F. (2019). Review of ‘Transforming Multilateral Diplomacy: The Inside Story of the Sustainable Development Goals’By Macharia Kamau, Pamela Chasek and David O’Connor (Routledge 2018). GAIA-Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society  28: 1, 52-53.

Chan, S., Boran, I., van Asselt, H., Iacobuta, G., Niles, N., Rietig, K., Scobie, M. Bansard, J., Pugley Delgado, D., Delina, L., Eichhorn, F., Ellinger, P. Enechi, O. Hale, T., Hermwille, L., Hickmann, T., Honneger, M., Hurtado Eppstein, A., La Hoz Theuer, S., Mizo, R., Sun, Y., Toussaint, P., Wambugu G. (2019) Promises and Risks of Nonstate Action in Climate and Sustainability Governance Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change e572, 1-8.

Kim, R. E. (2019). Is Global Governance Fragmented, Polycentric, or Complex? The State of the Art of the Network Approach. International Studies Review.

Sénit, C. A. (2019). Leaving no one behind? The influence of civil society participation on the Sustainable Development GoalsEnvironment and Planning C: Politics and Space.

Biermann, F. & Kim, R. E. (Eds). (2020). Architectures of Earth System Governance. Institutional Complexity and Structural Transformation. Cambridge University Press.

2017

Biermann, F., Kanie, N., & Kim, R. E. (2017). Global governance by goal-setting: the novel approach of the UN Sustainable Development GoalsCurrent Opinion in Environmental Sustainability26, 26-31.

Kanie, N., & Biermann, F. (Eds.). (2017). Governing through Goals: Sustainable Development Goals as Governance Innovation. Cambridge, Massachusetts; London, England: MIT Press.

Sénit, C-A., Biermann, F. & Kalfagianni. A. (2017). The representativeness of global deliberation: A critical assessment of civil society consultations for sustainable development. Global Policy, 8(1), 62-72.

Velis, M., Conti, K. & Biermann, F. (2017). Groundwater and human development: Synergies and trade-offs within the context of the Sustainable Development Goals. Sustainability Science ,12(6), 1007-1017.

2016

Boas, I., Biermann, F., & Kanie, N. (2016). Cross-sectoral strategies in global sustainability governance: towards a nexus approachInternational Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 16(3), 449-464.

Kim, R. E. (2016). The nexus between international law and the sustainable development goals. Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law, 25(1), 15-26.

Sénit, C-A., Kalfagianni, A., & Biermann, F. (2016). Cyber-democracy? Information and Communication Technologies in Civil Society Consultations for Sustainable Development. Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations, 22(4), 533-554.