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.
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.
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