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How, when and why does integrated governance of climate risks at the global level promote legitimate and just climate change adaptation in the global south? Integrated governance refers to the inclusion of climate risks into other policy areas, such as conflict or health, across domestic and global levels. These issues are at the heart of GlocalClim – a five-year research project at the Department of Economic History and International Relations at Stockholm University (2019-2023).

Jorge Rodriguez Morales

IR Ph.D. researcher contributes to IPCC Climate Change Report

Jorge Rodriguez Morales has recently contributed to the IPCC’s Special Report on Climate Change and Land.


Indigenous Representatives at the UN’s Climate Conference in Madrid

Suanne Segovia, doctoral student in International Relations at the Department interviewed indigenous representatives who were participating in the COPS, the UN’s Climate Conference.

Lisa Dellmuth

Lisa Dellmuth on climate change and human security in the GREAT Insights Magazine

Lisa Dellmuth writes on climate change and human security as a challenge shared by all, and the role of global governance, in the GREAT Insights Magazine 8(4). 


Public perceptions of the UN over the decades

Dr Lisa Dellmuth has co-edited a special issue on the politics and effects of "Advocacy Groups in Global Governance” in the journal Interest Groups & Advocacy.


Lisa Dellmuth, project leader

Maria-Therese Gustafsson

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