Climate Policies between isolation and dissolution - Amy Dahan

Amy Dahan discusses the "Climate Policies between isolation and dissolution" in her plenary talk at the Fourth International Conference on Public Policy in Montreal, Canada. 

 

 

Biography

Amy Dahan is a senior researcher in the History of Science and Science Studies at the National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS, France). For the past fifteen years, she led a social science team at the Koyré Center (EHESS-CNRS) and a research activity focused on "Climate Change, Expertise and Manufacturing of futures". Her book (with Stefan Aykut) Gouverner le Climat ? Presses de SciencesPo, 2015, 750 pages, was considered as a reference at the time of the debates about the Paris Agreement.

 

References

Beck, U. (2010). Climate for change, or how to create a green modernity?. Theory, Culture & Society, 27(2-3), 254-266.

 

Latour, B. (2017). Facing Gaia: Eight lectures on the new climatic regime. John Wiley & Sons. 

 

Latour, B. (2017). Où atterrir?: comment s' orienter en politique. La découverte.