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The Climate Emergency As A Governance Emergency: A Bold Case For Democratic Reform
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The Climate Emergency As A Governance Emergency: A Bold Case For Democratic Reform

On the 20th of September, millions of protestors marched across 85 countries demanding climate action. The image of hundreds of thousands of young demonstrators taking to the streets send a message that time is running out, that an urgent response is needed from world leaders. Raising alarm, however, is only the first step. Equally important is forging a global consensus on radical action to avert the catastrophic consequences of climate change. To make progress, things cannot remain the same. If there is one lesson that the past few turbulent years have taught us, it is that traditional institutions of representative [...]

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