Guri Bang
Guri Bang
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Institutional adaptation to climate change: flood responses at the municipal level in Norway
LO Næss, G Bang, S Eriksen, J Vevatne
Global Environmental Change 15 (2), 125-138, 2005
Energy security and climate change concerns: Triggers for energy policy change in the United States?
G Bang
Energy policy 38 (4), 1645-1653, 2010
Why the United States did not become a party to the Kyoto Protocol: German, Norwegian, and US perspectives
J Hovi, DF Sprinz, G Bang
European Journal of International Relations 18 (1), 129-150, 2012
The Paris Agreement: Short-term and long-term effectiveness
G Bang, J Hovi, T Skodvin
Politics and Governance 4 (3), 209-218, 2016
The United States and international climate cooperation: international “pull” versus domestic “push”
G Bang, CB Froyn, J Hovi, FC Menz
Energy Policy 35 (2), 1282-1291, 2007
US presidents and the failure to ratify multilateral environmental agreements
G Bang, J Hovi, DF Sprinz
Climate policy 12 (6), 755-763, 2012
California’s cap-and-trade system: diffusion and lessons
G Bang, DG Victor, S Andresen
Global Environmental Politics 17 (3), 12-30, 2017
Explaining growing climate policy differences between the European Union and the United States
JB Skjærseth, G Bang, MA Schreurs
Global Environmental Politics 13 (4), 61-80, 2013
Signed but not ratified: Limits to US participation in international environmental agreements
G Bang
Review of Policy Research 28 (1), 65-81, 2011
From oil as welfare to oil as risk? Norwegian petroleum resource governance and climate policy
G Bang, B Lahn
Climate Policy 20 (8), 997-1009, 2020
Future US climate policy: international re-engagement?
G Bang, A Tjernshaugen, S Andresen
International Studies Perspectives 6 (2), 285-303, 2005
Shifting strategies in the global climate negotiations
G Bang, G Heggelund, J Vevatne
CICERO Report, 2005
The domestic politics of global climate change: Key actors in international climate cooperation
G Bang, A Underdal
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015
A Green New Deal: framing US climate leadership
G Bang, MA Schreurs
The European Union as a leader in international climate change politics, 255-271, 2010
Sources of influence in climate change policymaking: A comparative analysis of Norway, Germany and the United States
G Bang
Unipub, 2004
Look to S weden: The Making of a New Renewable Energy Support Scheme in N orway
AT Gullberg, G Bang
Scandinavian Political Studies 38 (1), 95-114, 2015
Enforcing the Kyoto Protocol: can punitive consequences restore compliance?
J Hovi, CB Froyn, G Bang
Review of International Studies 33 (3), 435-449, 2007
Broadening the climate regime: Design and feasibility of multi-stage climate agreements
A Torvanger, G Bang, HH Kolshus, J Vevatne
CICERO Report, 2005
The challenge of global climate leadership in a politically divided state
G Bang, MA Schreurs
The European Union in international climate change politics: Still taking a …, 2016
The United States: Obama’s push for climate policy change
G Bang
The Domestic Politics of Global Climate Change, 160-181, 2015
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