This project examines an enduring question in global energy governance: how can energy be governed at the global level? A fine-grained empirical comparison of informal international organisations, namely the G20 and the G7/8, will advance the theory and practice of global governance by understanding and explaining the different ways these informal organisations govern energy. By conducting the first systematic study of these informal organisations in global environmental politics, the project contributes new data, theoretical tools and policy proposals for addressing the challenges associated with a failing international energy system, including energy security, energy access and climate change.
|Effective start/end date||3/04/18 → 24/06/22|
- Australian Research Council (ARC): AUD375,996.00
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