Bj÷rn-Ola LinnÚr
Bj÷rn-Ola LinnÚr
Professor, Environmental Change & Centre for Climate Science and Policy Research, Link÷ping
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Non-state actors in global climate governance: from Copenhagen to Paris and beyond
K Bńckstrand, JW Kuyper, BO LinnÚr, E L÷vbrand
Environmental Politics 26 (4), 561-579, 2017
Redefining maladaptation
S Juhola, E Glaas, BO LinnÚr, TS Neset
Environmental Science & Policy 55, 135-140, 2016
The political economy of climate adaptation
BK Sovacool, BO LinnÚr, ME Goodsite
Nature Climate Change 5 (7), 616-618, 2015
The roles of non-state actors in climate change governance: understanding agency through governance profiles
N Nasiritousi, M Hjerpe, BO LinnÚr
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 16, 109-126, 2016
Looking for leaders: Perceptions of climate change leadership among climate change negotiation participants
C Karlsson, C Parker, M Hjerpe, BO LinnÚr
Global Environmental Politics 11 (1), 89-107, 2011
Non‐state actors in hybrid global climate governance: justice, legitimacy, and effectiveness in a post‐Paris era
JW Kuyper, BO LinnÚr, H Schroeder
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 9 (1), e497, 2018
The Evolution of the UNFCCC
J Kuyper, H Schroeder, BO LinnÚr
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 43, 343-368, 2018
Introduction to the political economy of climate change adaptation
BK Sovacool, BO LinnÚr, BK Sovacool, BO LinnÚr
The Political Economy of Climate Change Adaptation, 1-32, 2016
The Return of Malthus: Environmentalism and Post-War Population–Resource Crises
BO LinnÚr
The White Horse Press, 2023
The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development: forty years in the making
BO LinnÚr, H Selin
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 31 (6), 971-987, 2013
Functions of COP side-events in climate-change governance
M Hjerpe, BO LinnÚr
Climate Policy 10 (2), 167-180, 2010
Sustainability Transformations: Agents and Drivers across Societies
BO LinnÚr, V Wibeck
Cambridge University Press, 2019
Fragmented climate change leadership: making sense of the ambiguous outcome of COP-15
CF Parker, C Karlsson, M Hjerpe, BO LinnÚr
Environmental Politics 21 (2), 268-286, 2012
Climate change adaptation and the Least Developed Countries Fund (LDCF): Qualitative insights from policy implementation in the Asia-Pacific
BK Sovacool, BO LinnÚr, RJT Klein
Climatic Change 140, 209-226, 2017
Utopian and dystopian thought in climate change science and policy
M Hjerpe, BO LinnÚr
Futures 41 (4), 234-245, 2009
Challenging the food vs. fuel dilemma: Genealogical analysis of the biofuel discourse pursued by international organizations
M Kuchler, BO LinnÚr
Food Policy 37 (5), 581-588, 2012
Making climate governance global: how UN climate summitry comes to matter in a complex climate regime
E L÷vbrand, M Hjerpe, BO LinnÚr
Environmental Politics 26 (4), 580-599, 2017
The legitimacy of leadership in international climate change negotiations
C Karlsson, M Hjerpe, C Parker, BO LinnÚr
Ambio 41, 46-55, 2012
Evaluation of indicators for agricultural vulnerability to climate change: The case of Swedish agriculture
TS Neset, L WirÚhn, T Opach, E Glaas, BO LinnÚr
Ecological Indicators 105, 571-580, 2019
Conceptualising variations in societal transformations towards sustainability
BO LinnÚr, V Wibeck
Environmental Science & Policy 106, 221-227, 2020
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