The Environmental and Climate Politics Working Group (ECPWG) provides a platform for researchers to discuss and reflect on key issues in environmental politics — with a focus on the politics of climate change and biodiversity conservation.
The group aims to encourage a better integration of the planetary boundaries into social and political science research. We welcome researchers from a wide variety of subfields of the social and political sciences, including environmental and climate change policy, environmental attitudes and political behaviour, green welfare states, the political economy of the green transition, social movements and environmental justice, natural resources governance and more.
The ECPWG aims to convene a range of activities including conferences, guest lectures, and peer-review workshops with a particular interest in giving feedback to PhD candidates and early-stage researchers.
Contact persons: Susanna Garside and Nina Lopez-Uroz.
The working group is thankful for the generous support of Prof. Simon Hix.