CSSN Scholar John Chung-En Liu co-wrote a research paper examining why Taiwan's policy proposal to ban new sales of gasoline-powered scooters by 2035 and passenger cars by 2040 failed less than two years later.
CSSN Scholar Oluwaseun Oguntuase published a case study through the Observer Research Foundation analyzing India's participation in global climate politics. In his research, Oguntuase also focuses on the country's partnership with Africa, which was established by the India-led International Solar Alliance (ISA).
CSSN Scholar Jose A. Moreno and other researchers from THINKClima, evaluate the effects of communication frames adopted by the Europäisches Institut für Klima und Energie (EIKE), which have built up a discourse of climate denialism and delay in Germany.
A Strategic Nature, co-authored by CSSN Scholars Melissa Aronczyk & Maria I. Espinoza, explores how promotional agents have influenced the public perception of the environment since the beginning of the 20th century.
CSSN Scholars Wouter Poortinga and Stuart Capstick examine how existing behavioral models that explain adaptation and mitigation behaviors have limited impact on establishing meaningful changes toward the climate crisis.
A longitudinal study developed by CSSN Scholar Benjamin Franta presents how industry-leading fossil fuel companies, such as Total and Exxon, have responded to developing climate science over the last 50 years.
An article by CSSN scholars Robert Neubauer and Nicholas Graham explores the Facebook communications of Canadian oil and gas advocacy organizations, including industry-funded and nominally independent groups.
In Ámbitos, CSSN scholars Núria Almiron and Jose A. Moreno question the use of the concept of denialism and suggest the incorporation of a more sophisticated conceptual and analytical framework that provides more nuance.