Towards a Complex Governance of Global Environmental Problems
May 17, 2017
Date and time : 17 May 2017; 6pm
Venue : University of Nottingham Kuala Lumpur Teaching Centre (KLTC), Level 2, Chulan Tower, No 3 JalanConlay, Kuala Lumpur
Tickets : Free admission upon RSVP
More info on bookings : Praveena.Chackrapani@nottingham.edu.my
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Talk by Prof. Philippe Le Prestre, political sciences lecturer at University of Laval
The emergence and resolution of global environmental problems constitutes one of the major challenges to humanity’s quest for security and justice. Through its concern for the relationships between these issues and traditional political issues, for
the various roles that international actors play in their dynamics, for the bases of international cooperation, and for the interactions among international and national arrangements, global ecopolitics opens a window onto the very nature and foundations of contemporary international relations.
Prof. Philippe Le Prestre talk would discuss the need to go beyond the received wisdom of international environmental politics and on how a complex systems approach might help deﬁne the contours of a new model of international environmental governance.
This talk is also part of Mindset public events by University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus