The concept of climate governance architecture. Policy brief (September 2022)
This policy brief is one of the outputs of the study undertaken by the Resource and Analysis Center “Society and Environment” to support the implementation of efficient architecture of climate governance in Ukraine. The outputs include the following five separate policy briefs:
- Climate Governance Architecture: The concept and key features (2022)
- Institutional framework for climate governance (2022)
- Climate governance architecture and Ukraine’s post-war recovery (2022)
- Climate governance architecture in the context of Ukraine’s future EU accession (2022)
- Climate governance architecture in Ukraine: key conclusions and recommendations for decision-makers (2022)
The first four policy briefs represent the outcomes of our research in the respective four areas: from the analysis of the concept of climate governance architecture to certain peculiarities of its implementation and role in most relevant processes (such as the post-war recovery and EU membership). Those are thematic policy briefs that were necessary to be prepared to develop appropriate conclusions and recommendations. The last policy brief is a summary with key conclusions of thematic policy briefs and recommendations on possible ways and forms to ensure efficient climate governance architecture in Ukraine.
This position paper includes the following sections:
- What is “climate governance architecture”
- Principles of good climate governance
- Rules for climate governance architecture
- Processes in the climate governance architecture.
Only two policy briefs are available in Engish, including this one.
This publication was produced with the support of the European Union and the International Renaissance Foundation within the framework of the EU4USociety project. Its contents are the sole responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union and the International Renaissance Foundation.