- AI in the Wild: Sustainability in the Age of Artificial Intelligence (2020)
- Will Big Business Destroy Our Planet? (2018)
- Environmentalism of the Rich (2016)
Teaching 2021: POLI 562A - Topics in IR: Global Environmental Politics
Current Research Project: Corporations and the Politics of Environmental Activism in the Global South
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- "Political Institutions and Supply Side Climate Politics: Lessons from Coal Ports in Canada and the United States," Global Environmental Politics, 2020.
- Global Commons, Domestic Decisions: The Comparative Politics of Climate Change (2010) *co-edited with Lisa Sundstrom (see below)
- "International Carbon Trade and Domestic Climate Politics," Global Environmental Politics, 2015.
Teaching 2021: POLI 533 - Policy Analysis
Current Research Project: Public opinion on carbon pricing
See Kathryn Harrison's full profile here
- Global Commons, Domestic Decisions: The Comparative Politics of Climate Change (edited with Kathryn Harrison, 2010)
- “Russia’s Climate Policy: International Bargaining and Domestic Modernisation" (with Laura A. Henry), Europe-Asia Studies, 2012.
- "Russia and the Kyoto Protocol: Seeking an Alignment of Interests and Image" (with Laura A. Henry), Global Environmental Politics, 2007
See Lisa Sundstrom's full profile here
- “Multi-Level: Explaining European Union Leadership in Climate Change Mitigation” Global Environmental Politics, 2007
- “Chinese Global Climate Change Leadership and Its Impact” in Amighini, Alessia. China: Champion of Which Globalization?", 2018.
Current Research Project: Global Governance of Climate
See Yves Tiberghien's full profile here
562A Topics in International Relations: Global Environmental Politics
513B Current Debates in Comparative Political Economy: Globalization and Democracy
Climate and Environmental Politics News
“Very politically contentious”: Prof. Kathryn Harrison on the challenges for the Liberals’ promise of a just transition
Prof. Kathryn Harrison writes about the first “credible” federal climate plan in Canada for The Conversation
“It’s night and day.” Prof. Kathryn Harrison on what a Biden presidency means for Canadian climate action