Robert will focus on the political economy of transparency in global climate politics, and the link between transparency, accountability and trust. He will also explore the role of ‘radical transparency’, i.e. how the global climate policy process engages with real-time information generated by new digital technologies and non-state actors.
Susanne will focus on the scope and political effects of proliferating capacity building initiatives for climate transparency, exploring the experiences of developing countries, emerging economies as well as donors. We warmly welcome the two into the TRANSGOV project!