Her primary areas of investigation include Environmental resource management, Governmentality, Environmental politics, Public administration and Environmental governance. Her Environmental resource management course of study focuses on Environmentalism and Climate governance. Her Governmentality research integrates issues from Discipline, Physical geography and Michel foucault.
Her Environmental politics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social science and Deliberative democracy. Eva Lövbrand combines subjects such as Legitimacy and Network governance with her study of Deliberative democracy. Her Environmental governance study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Reflexivity and Socioeconomics.
Eva Lövbrand mostly deals with Public administration, Environmental resource management, Environmental ethics, Kyoto Protocol and Climate governance. She focuses mostly in the field of Environmental resource management, narrowing it down to topics relating to Environmental planning and, in certain cases, Planetary management. Her research in Environmental ethics is mostly concerned with Anthropocene.
Her Kyoto Protocol study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Clean Development Mechanism, Conference of the parties and Political economy of climate change. Her research investigates the link between Political economy of climate change and topics such as Environmentalism that cross with problems in Political economy. Her Climate governance study incorporates themes from Governmentality, Sense of community and Regional science.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental ethics, Anthropocene, Public administration, Negotiation and Climate governance. Her study on Public administration is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Global climate and State. Her study in Global climate is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Slogan and Conference of the parties.
Her State research includes elements of Governmentality and International relations. Her research integrates issues of Legitimacy, Environmental resource management, Political economy and Legitimation in her study of Negotiation. Her studies in Climate governance integrate themes in fields like Sense of community and Questionnaire.
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Structuring sustainability science
Sustainability Science (2011)
Who speaks for the future of Earth?: how critical social science can extend the conversation on the Anthropocene
Eva Lövbrand;Silke Beck;Jason Chilvers;Tim Forsyth.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2015)
Towards a Reflexive Turn in the Governance of Global Environmental Expertise. The Cases of the IPCC and the IPBES.
Silke Beck;Maud Borie;Jason Chilvers;Alejandro Esguerra.
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