Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Her primary areas of study are Politics, Political economy of climate change, Political economy, Environmental resource management and Multi-level governance. Her work on Environmental politics and Urban politics as part of general Politics study is frequently linked to Equity and Multiple modes, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Political economy of climate change research incorporates elements of Urban climate, Economic growth, Kyoto Protocol and Negotiation.
Her Political economy research includes themes of Project governance, Environmental protection, Transnational governance, Private governance and Social science. Her research ties Environmental governance and Environmental resource management together. The study incorporates disciplines such as Climate governance, Global governance and Economic geography in addition to Multi-level governance.
Politics, Environmental planning, Political economy, Political economy of climate change and Environmental resource management are her primary areas of study. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Economic growth, Variety and Public administration. Harriet Bulkeley has researched Environmental planning in several fields, including Sustainable waste management, Municipal solid waste and Urban planning.
Her studies in Political economy integrate themes in fields like Environmental politics and Negotiation. Her study looks at the intersection of Political economy of climate change and topics like Urban climate with Regional science. Her Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Economic geography, Environmental studies, Multi-level governance, Sustainable development and Environmental governance.
Harriet Bulkeley mainly investigates Politics, Economic growth, Political economy, Futures contract and Human geography. Harriet Bulkeley interconnects Variety and Economic system in the investigation of issues within Politics. Her work carried out in the field of Economic growth brings together such families of science as Sociotechnical system, Regional science, Political economy of climate change and Intervention.
Harriet Bulkeley has included themes like Civil society, International regime, Climate change mitigation, Climate Finance and Development economics in her Political economy of climate change study. The Political economy study combines topics in areas such as China and Appeal. In Urban climate, Harriet Bulkeley works on issues like Science policy, which are connected to Environmental planning.
Harriet Bulkeley mainly focuses on Politics, Intervention, Urban studies, Economic growth and Economic system. Her research in Politics is mostly focused on Climate governance. The study of Intervention is intertwined with the study of Government in a number of ways.
Her Urban studies study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Human geography and Engineering ethics. Her studies deal with areas such as Agency, Sociotechnical system, Centralisation, Variety and Environmental economics as well as Economic growth. The concepts of her Economic system study are interwoven with issues in Key and Action.
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Cities and Climate Change
Harriet Bulkeley;Michele Merrill Betsill.
Rethinking Sustainable Cities: Multilevel Governance and the 'Urban' Politics of Climate Change
Harriet Bulkeley;Michele M. Betsill.
Reconfiguring environmental governance: Towards a politics of scales and networks
Government by experiment? Global cities and the governing of climate change
Harriet Bulkeley;Vanesa Castán Broto.
Cities and the Multilevel Governance of Global Climate Change
Michele M. Betsill;Harriet Bulkeley.
Cities and the Governing of Climate Change
A survey of urban climate change experiments in 100 cities
Vanesa Castán Broto;Harriet Bulkeley.
Local Government and the Governing of Climate Change in Germany and the UK
Harriet Bulkeley;Kristine Kern.
Cities, Europeanization and Multi‐level Governance: Governing Climate Change through Transnational Municipal Networks*
Kristine Kern;Harriet Bulkeley.
Transnational Networks and Global Environmental Governance: The Cities for Climate Protection Program
Michele M. Betsill;Harriet Bulkeley.
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