Polycentric climate governance in action: study of the interaction between Norwegian and Amazonian agricultural policy for climate change
This Postdoc project is a part of the overarching LEG-ARCH project (Legal Architecture of Climate Politics) which is a collaboration project between the Faculty of law and the Faculty of social sciences. The project is led by postdoctoral researcher Cataline Vallejo.
About the project
This project seeks to contribute to the general objective of the LEG-ARCH project: to better understand the causes and consequences of the legal architecture of climate policies. The study analyses climate policy across Norway and the Amazonian States Ecuador and Colombia, focusing on the agriculture policy domain (fisheries and forestry). It investigates the interaction between conservation initiatives for Ecuador and Colombia recently funded in Norway, and national/local regulations and conservation practices in these two Amazonian countries.