20 articles in 33 days

The goal is to read 20 relevant articles before 31st October and blog about each, putting relevant information in the right places… Here we go…

No.DateTitle of article/chapter etcBlogged and info distroed
128 Sep Lockwood, M. (2021): A hard Act to follow? The evolution and performance of UK climate governance, Environmental Politics, DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2021.1910434Yes
229 SepBulkeley, H. (2015) Charting Climate Change Governance in the United Kingdom. ACCOMPLISHING CLIMATE GOVERNANCE, 24–53. Cambridge University Press DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139839204.002Yes
330 Sep

Carter, N. (2014). The politics of climate change in the UK. WIREs Climate Change 2014, 5:423–433. doi: 10.1002/wcc.274

41 OctBailey, Daniel (2019) Industrial Policy in the Context of Climate Emergency: the case for a Green New Deal. Project Report. Future Economies UCRKE, Manchester Metropolitan University.Yes
55 OctLorenzoni, I. O’Riordan T. and Pidgeon, N. (2008). Hot Air and Cold Feet: The UK Response to CLimate Change. in eds Compston H. and Bailey, I. 2008 Turning Down the Heat: the Politics of Climate Policy in Affluent Democracies.London: Palgrave MacmillanYes
65 OctNye, M., & Owens, S. (2008). Creating the UK emission trading scheme: motives and symbolic politics. European Environment, 18(1), 1–15. doi:10.1002/eet.468 Yes
75 Oct

Roeser, F. and Jackson, T. (2002). Early experiences with emissions trading in the UK. Greener management international, Vol (39), p.43-54

85 OctJohnstone, Philip, Stirling, Andrew and Sovacool, Benjamin (2017) Policy mixes for incumbency: the destructive recreation of renewable energy, shale gas ‘fracking,’ and nuclear power in the United Kingdom. Energy Research & Social Science, 33. pp. 147-162. ISSN 2214-6296Yes
96 OctJohnstone et al (2021) Exploring the re-emergence of industrial policy: Perceptions regarding low-carbon energy transitions in Germany, the United Kingdom and Denmark Energy Research & Social Science Volume 74, April 2021, 101889Yes
107 OctTurnheim, B. and Sovacool. B. 2020. Forever stuck in old ways? Pluralising incumbencies in sustainability transitions. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 35 (2020) 180–184Yes
117 OctHall, S., Mazur, C., Hardy, J., Workman, M., & Powell, M. (2020). Prioritising business model innovation: What needs to change in the United Kingdom energy system to grow low carbon entrepreneurship? Energy Research & Social Science, 60, 101317. doi:10.1016/j.erss.2019.101317Yes
127 OctKattirtzi, M., Ketsopoulou, I., and Watson, J., 2020. Incumbents in transition? The role of the ‘Big Six’ energy companies in the UK. Energy Policy, 148A, 111927.Yes
138 OctBailey, I. and Rupp, S., 2006. The evolving role of trade associations in negotiated environmental agreements: the case of United Kingdom climate change agreements. Business Strategy and the Environment, 15, 40–54. doi:10.1002/ bse.465Yes
1410 OctoberBerry C. (2020) From Receding to Reseeding: Industrial Policy, Governance Strategies and Neoliberal Resilience in Post-crisis Britain, New Political Economy, 25:4, 607-625, DOI: 10.1080/13563467.2019.1625316 Yes
1511 OctCarter, N. and Clements, B., 2015. From ‘greenest government ever’ to ‘get rid of all the green crap’: david Cameron, the Conservatives and the environment. British Politics, 10, 204–225. doi:10.1057/bp.2015.16Yes
1611 OctCraig, M.P.A. (2018) Greening the state for a sustainable political economy. New Political Economy. ISSN 1356-3467 https://doi.org/10.1080/13563467.2018.1526266Yes
1711 OctCrawley, S., Coffé, H. & Chapman, R. (2020 To what extent do interest group messages shape the public’s climate change policy preferences?. British Politucshttps://doi.org/10.1057/s41293-020-00144-6Yes
1814 OctFerns, G. Kenneth Amaeshi  2019. Fueling Climate (In)Action: How organizations engage in hegemonization to avoid transformational action on climate change. Organization Studies https://doi.org/10.1177/0170840619855744Yes
1913 OctGooberman, L., Hauptmeier, M., & Heery, E. (2018). The evolution of employers’ organisations in the United Kingdom: Extending countervailing power. Human Resource Management Journal. doi:10.1111/1748-8583.12193 Yes
2015 OctHildingsson, R., Annica Kronsell & Jamil Khan (2019) The green state and industrial decarbonnisation, Environmental Politics, 28:5, 909-928, DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2018.1488484  Yes

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