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Markus Lederer
Markus Lederer
Professor für Politikwissenschaft, TU Darmstadt
Verifisert e-postadresse på tu-darmstadt.de - Startside
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The power of business
D Fuchs, MML Lederer
Business and Politics 9 (3), 1-17, 2007
1742007
Envisioning REDD+ in a post‐Paris era: Between evolving expectations and current practice
E Turnhout, A Gupta, J Weatherley‐Singh, MJ Vijge, J De Koning, ...
Wiley interdisciplinary reviews: climate change 8 (1), e425, 2017
1682017
From CDM to REDD+—What do we know for setting up effective and legitimate carbon governance?
M Lederer
Ecological economics 70 (11), 1900-1907, 2011
1492011
The 2030 agenda for sustainable development: transformative change through the sustainable development goals?
S Weiland, T Hickmann, M Lederer, J Marquardt, S Schwindenhammer
Politics and Governance 9 (1), 90-95, 2021
1372021
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Secretariat as an orchestrator in global climate policymaking
T Hickmann, O Widerberg, M Lederer, P Pattberg
International Review of Administrative Sciences 87 (1), 21-38, 2021
1202021
Varieties of carbon governance in newly industrializing countries
H Fuhr, M Lederer
The Journal of Environment & Development 18 (4), 327-345, 2009
1082009
Market making via regulation: The role of the state in carbon markets
M Lederer
Regulation & Governance 6 (4), 524-544, 2012
832012
REDD+ governance
M Lederer
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 3 (1), 107-113, 2012
712012
From public-private partnership to market: The clean development mechanism (CDM) as a new form of governance in climate protection
G Benecke, L Friberg, M Lederer, M Schröder
702008
Low‐carbon energy, sustainable development, and justice: Towards a just energy transition for the society and the environment
G Siciliano, L Wallbott, F Urban, AN Dang, M Lederer
Sustainable development 29 (6), 1049-1061, 2021
682021
Green transformations in Vietnam's energy sector
F Urban, G Siciliano, L Wallbott, M Lederer, A Dang Nguyen
Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies 5 (3), 558-582, 2018
592018
Criticizing global governance
M Lederer, PS Müller
Palgrave Macmillan, 2005
572005
Which way forward in measuring the quality of life? A critical analysis of sustainability and well-being indicator sets
D Fuchs, B Schlipphak, O Treib, LAN Long, M Lederer
Global Environmental Politics 20 (2), 12-36, 2020
512020
Tracing sustainability transformations and drivers of Green Economy approaches in the Global South
M Lederer, L Wallbott, S Bauer
The Journal of Environment & Development 27 (1), 3-25, 2018
452018
Carbon Governance Arrangements and the Nation‐State: The Reconfiguration of Public Authority in Developing Countries
T Hickmann, H Fuhr, C Höhne, M Lederer, F Stehle
Public Administration and Development 37 (5), 331-343, 2017
452017
Politicizing climate change in times of populism: an introduction
J Marquardt, M Lederer
Environmental Politics 31 (5), 735-754, 2022
432022
The practice of carbon markets
M Lederer
Environmental Politics 21 (4), 640-656, 2012
432012
Introduction: Human rights and climate change: mapping institutional inter-linkages
A Schapper, M Lederer
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 27 (4), 666-679, 2014
382014
Beyond PES and REDD+: Costa Rica on the way to climate-smart landscape management?
L Wallbott, G Siciliano, M Lederer
Ecology and Society 24 (1), 24, 2019
362019
Same, same but different? How democratically elected right-wing populists shape climate change policymaking
J Marquardt, MC Oliveira, M Lederer
Environmental politics 31 (5), 777-800, 2022
282022
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