Predictions of climate
change paint an alarming picture and addressing the ensuing risks will
require the introduction of radically novel public and private policies
that help cut emissions and increase preparedness and resilience
vis-à-vis what now seem to be unavoidable effects of climate change.
We invite abstracts for a workshop that will bring together 20-25 scholars under the flag of the EU-funded Action INOGOV (Innovations in Climate Governance) to discuss the role of entrepreneurship in bringing about radical transitions in climate governance. The aim is to publish the workshop papers, subject to normal review process, as a special volume in a scientific journal/or edited book.
INOGOV will cover reasonable travel costs and accommodation of all invited authors, subject to standard COST reimbursement and eligibility rules.Interested participants/authors are encouraged to submit 500 word abstracts by February 28, 2015, as a first step towards full paper development. Please send your abstract to the Network Manager of INOGOV Johanna Forster.