- 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 2023: POLI 562A - Topics in IR: Global Environmental Politics
Current Research Project: Corporations and the Politics of Environmental Activism in the Global South
See Peter Dauvergne's full profile here.
- "Climate Federalism in Canada," in Alan Fenna, Sébastien Jodoin, and Joana Setzer, eds, Climate Governance and Federalism: a Forum of Federations comparative policy analysis. Cambridge University Press, 2023
- Bergquist, P., De Roche, G., Lachapelle, E., Mildenberger, M., & Harrison, K. (2022). The Politics of Intersecting Crises: The Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Climate Policy Preferences. British Journal of Political Science, 1-10.
- Kathryn Harrison, Guri Bang; Supply-Side Climate Policies in Major Oil-Producing Countries: Norway’s and Canada’s Struggles to Align Climate Leadership with Fossil Fuel Extraction. Global Environmental Politics 2022; 22 (4): 129–150. doi: https://doi.org/10.1162/glep_a_00682
- Carbon tax rebate programs have had limited impacts on the politics of carbon pricing to date,” Nature Climate Change 12 (2022): 141-147, Matto Mildenberger, Erick Lachapelle, Kathryn Harrison, Isabelle Stadelmann-Steffen
- "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.
Current Research Project: Public opinion on carbon pricing
See Kathryn Harrison's full profile here
- “Climate Federalism in Canada,” in Climate Governance and Federalism: a Forum of Federations comparative policy analysis. 2023.
- "The Politics of Intersecting Crises: The Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Climate Policy Preferences. British Journal of Political Science, 2022.
- "Supply-Side Climate Policies in Major Oil-Producing Countries: Norway’s and Canada’s Struggles to Align Climate Leadership with Fossil Fuel Extraction." Global Environmental Politics, 2022
- Global Commons, Domestic Decisions: The Comparative Politics of Climate Change (edited with Kathryn Harrison), 2021.
- “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
- “Cloudy Forecast for the Climate: Russia’s Climate Policy In A Time Of War,” 2022
- “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
- "Satellite mega-constellations create risks in Low Earth Orbit, the atmosphere and on Earth." Scientific Reports (with Aaron Boley), 2021.
- "The internationalization of climate damages litigation." Washington Journal of Environmental Law and Policy (with Kelsey Franks and Andrew Gage), 2017
Current Research Project: Arctic Climate Politics.
See Michael Byers' full profile here
Climate and Environmental Politics News
Can we achieve our emissions goals without tensions between the Federal and Provincial Governments? asks Prof. Kathryn Harrison.
There is a pressing need to move away from fossil fuels in order to meet the targets set by BC and the Canadian Climate Institute, says Prof. Kathryn Harrison
Fossil fuel subsidies undermine the purpose of carbon pricing, says Prof. Kathryn Harrison