The EU’s regulatory approach to decarbonization advances sustainability but falls short of promoting regeneration. A just transition for the union, as well as for the world, necessitates Brussels to consider the geoeconomic and political implications of its climate and energy strategies.
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- Monographs and Edited Volumes
Goldthau, A. (2021). Widening the EU’s geoeconomic and regulatory approach to climate policy. In O. Lazard, & R. Youngs (Eds.), The EU and Climate Security: Toward Ecological Diplomacy Olivia Lazard, Richard Youngs (pp. 33-40). Washington, DC: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
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- Projects involved
- Investigating the Systemic Impacts of the Global Energy Transition (ISIGET)