The Instituto Brasileiro de Relações Internacionais informs the publication of the third and final batch of articles for the Special Issue – “Brazil ups and downs in global environmental governance (2008-2018)” (Vol. 61 – No. 2/2019) of the Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional – RBPI.
The goal of this special issue of Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional – RBPI is to analyze the role of Brazil in Global Environmental Governance, focusing (but not restricted) to the 2008-2018 period. The central assumption of this special issue is that the role of Brazil in global environmental governance has been very heterogeneous depending upon the specific issue.
This special issue is edited by Eduardo Viola (Full Professor of International Relations at University of Brasília, Brasília, Brazil) and Veronica Korber Gonçalves (Adjunct Professor of International Relations at Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil).
From 2016 RBPI is published exclusively on line at the website in Scielo, following the continuous publishing model.
The final composition of this issue:
- Brazil ups and downs in global environmental governance in the 21st century, by Eduardo Viola & Verônica Korber Gonçalves.
- The role of Brazil in the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT), by Leandra Regina Gonçalves;
- Brazilian energy-related climate (in)action and the challenge of deep decarbonization, by Larissa Basso;
- Climate governance and International Civil Aviation: Brazil’s policy profile, by Veronica Korber Gonçalves & Marcela Anselmi;
- South-South relations and global environmental governance: Brazilian international development cooperation, by Kathryn Hochstetler & Cristina Yumie. Aoki Inoue;
- Myths and images in global climate governance, conceptualization and the case of Brazil (1989 – 2019), by Matias Alejandro Franchini & Eduardo Viola;
- Policy networks in global environmental governance: connecting the Blue Amazon to Antarctica and the Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ) agendas, by Ana Flávia Barros-Platiau, Niels Søndergaard & Jochen Prantl
- Global climate adaptation governance in the Amazon through a polycentricity lens, by Fronika Claziena Agatha de Wit & Paula Martins de Freitas
- The changing face of environmental governance in the Brazilian Amazon: indigenous and traditional peoples promoting norm diffusion, by Veronika Miranda Chase;
- A changing role in global climate governance: São Paulo mixing its climate and international policies, by Ana Mauad & Michele Betsill.