Sander Chan
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Reinvigorating international climate policy: A comprehensive framework for effective nonstate action
S Chan, H Van Asselt, T Hale, KW Abbott, M Beisheim, M Hoffmann, ...
Global Policy 6 (4), 466-473, 2015
Public-private partnerships for sustainable development: Emergence, influence and legitimacy
PH Pattberg, F Biermann, S Chan, A Mert
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012
Beyond national climate action: the impact of region, city, and business commitments on global greenhouse gas emissions
T Kuramochi, M Roelfsema, A Hsu, S Lui, A Weinfurter, S Chan, T Hale, ...
Climate Policy 20 (3), 275-291, 2020
Private rule-making and the politics of accountability: analyzing global forest governance
S Chan, P Pattberg
Global Environmental Politics 8 (3), 103-121, 2008
A research roadmap for quantifying non-state and subnational climate mitigation action
A Hsu, N Höhne, T Kuramochi, M Roelfsema, A Weinfurter, Y Xie, ...
Nature Climate Change 9 (1), 11-17, 2019
Aligning transnational climate action with international climate governance: The road from Paris
S Chan, C Brandi, S Bauer
Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law 25 (2 …, 2016
Effective and geographically balanced? An output-based assessment of non-state climate actions
S Chan, R Falkner, M Goldberg, H Van Asselt
Climate Policy 18 (1), 24-35, 2018
Promises and risks of nonstate action in climate and sustainability governance
S Chan, I Boran, H van Asselt, G Iacobuta, N Niles, K Rietig, M Scobie, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 10 (3), e572, 2019
Sub-and non-state climate action: a framework to assess progress, implementation and impact
TN Hale, S Chan, A Hsu, A Clapper, C Elliott, P Faria, T Kuramochi, ...
Climate Policy 21 (3), 406-420, 2021
Exploring links between national climate strategies and non-state and subnational climate action in nationally determined contributions (NDCs)
A Hsu, J Brandt, O Widerberg, S Chan, A Weinfurter
Climate Policy 20 (4), 443-457, 2020
Non-economic loss and damage in the context of climate change: understanding the challenges
O Serdeczny, E Waters, S Chan
discussion paper, 2016
Does orchestration in the Global Climate Action Agenda effectively prioritize and mobilize transnational climate adaptation action?
S Chan, W Amling
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 19, 429-446, 2019
A global framework for climate action: orchestrating non-state and subnational initiatives for more effective global climate governance
S Chan, P Pauw
Discussion Paper, 2014
The changing role of the state
D Compagnon, S Chan, A Mert
Exploring national and regional orchestration of non-state action for a< 1.5 C world
S Chan, P Ellinger, O Widerberg
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 18 (1 …, 2018
Bridging the emissions gap-The role of non-state and subnational actors
A Hsu, O Widerberg, S Weinfurter, M Roelfsema, S Chan, ...
Nairobi: United Nations Environment Programme, 2018
Strengthening non-state climate action: a progress assessment of commitments launched at the 2014 UN Climate Summit
S Chan, R Falkner, HV Asselt, M Goldberg
London, UK: Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy/Grantham Research …, 2015
The politics of partnerships for sustainable development
A Mert, S Chan
Public–Private Partnerships for Sustainable Development, 2012
Transnational public-private partnerships
K Bäckstrand, S Campe, S Chan, A Mert, M Schäferhoff
Global environmental governance reconsidered, 123-148, 2012
Introduction: partnerships for sustainable development
P Pattberg, F Biermann, S Chan, A Mert
Public–Private Partnerships for Sustainable Development, 2012
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