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Relational agency and the local governance of climate change : International trends and an American exemplar.

Aylett, Alexander (2015). Relational agency and the local governance of climate change : International trends and an American exemplar. In: The Urban climate challenge : Rethinking the role of cities in the global climate regime. Cities and global governance . Routledge, New York, p. 156-177.

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This chapter delves into the realities of orchestrating that type of networked and collaborative response to climage change. It focuses on the internal dynamics of mainstreaming engagement with climate change across the institutional silos that characterize municipal bureaucracies. The empirical materical for this exploration comes from an in-depth case study of Portland, OR (a North American leader in urban response to climage change). To put this case study into a broader context, the discussion also draws from the results of the MIT-ICLEI Urban Climate Change Governance Survey (UCGS).

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Mots-clés libres: Changement climatique; administration locale; institutionnalisme; bureaucratie; gouvernance urbaine; acteur; réseau; action; relation; engagement; planification; développement écologique; développement durable; social; économie; élu municipal; service; étude de cas; Portland; États-Unis
Centre: Centre Urbanisation Culture Société
Date de dépôt: 14 avr. 2015 16:00
Dernière modification: 03 déc. 2015 20:14
URI: http://espace.inrs.ca/id/eprint/2655

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