Much research in the field has over-emphasized the international realm and global policy, whereas this text uncovers the huge importance that domestic policy development plays in reducing emissions. It highlights normative positions that lie at the heart of institutional structures, enabling broader debates into the capacity and future of democratic governance.
Matthew Flinders is Professor of Politics at the University of Sheffield, UK. He is Co-Editor of the journal Policy and Politics. His previous books include Defending Politics (shortlisted for 'Political Book of the Year 2012' and nominated for the Orwell Prize), Multilevel Governance (co-edited with Ian Bache), Delegated Governance, Democratic Drift and The Oxford Handbook of British Politics.
Greg Marsden is Professor of Transport Governance and Director of the Institute for Transport Studies at the University of Leeds, UK. He is a member of the Independent Transport Commission and has acted as specialist adviser to the UK Parliamentary Transport Scrutiny Committee.
Ian Bartle is Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Politics at the University of Sheffield, UK, and has also held research positions at the universities of Bath and Exeter. He is author of Globalization and EU Policy-Making as well as numerous journal articles and book chapters.