Transparency Adherence Indices: A first step in assessing country compliance with global climate transparency requirements

This blog post is based on the recently published article in Climate Policy by Romain Weikmans & Aarti Gupta One of the few legally binding obligations of the 2015 Paris Agreement is for countries to be transparent to each other about what they are doing with regard to climate change. This can include sharing information about domesticContinue reading “Transparency Adherence Indices: A first step in assessing country compliance with global climate transparency requirements”

March 1, 2020: Welcoming our new PhD researchers!

On March 1st, Robert Bergsvik and Susanne Konrad, joined the project as PhD researchers. 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 informationContinue reading “March 1, 2020: Welcoming our new PhD researchers!”

January 6, 2020: Incoming and Visiting Post-Docs

In January of this year, the TRANSGOV project prepared to launch with the combined power and input of two Postdoctoral Researchers. Ina Möller, formerly a PhD Student at Lund University, arrived at Wageningen University and will contribute to the project’s research and administration. We were also delighted to welcome Romain Weikmans as a visiting fellowContinue reading “January 6, 2020: Incoming and Visiting Post-Docs”