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Do Climate Change Denialism and Anti-Democratic Policies Harm Multilateralism?

september 30th, 2021

The panel is part of the "Reorientations of Multilateralism" project, a partnership between CEBRI and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. The objective of this event is to understand the relationships between denialist actors and networks, on the one side, and authoritarian leaders and governments, on the other. Understanding this relationship can then be used to analyze how they harm multilateral climate negotiations and deconstruct the climate agenda nationally, regionally, and multilaterally.

The debate will analyze how anti-democratic policies, contrary to state regulations in market-society relations, are also associated with stances that oppose science, intellectuals, vaccines, and environmental and climate protection policies. The experience of the panelists will allow us to contrast the US, European and Brazilian experiences in relation to this phenomenon.


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Date:

september 30th, 2021

Location:

Online Event

Time:

11 AM to 12h15 PM BRT

Language:

English

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The panel is part of the "Reorientations of Multilateralism" project, a partnership between CEBRI and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. The objective of this event is to understand the relationships between denialist actors and networks, on the one side, and authoritarian leaders and governments, on the other. Understanding this relationship can then be used to analyze how they harm multilateral climate negotiations and deconstruct the climate agenda nationally, regionally, and multilaterally.

The debate will analyze how anti-democratic policies, contrary to state regulations in market-society relations, are also associated with stances that oppose science, intellectuals, vaccines, and environmental and climate protection policies. The experience of the panelists will allow us to contrast the US, European and Brazilian experiences in relation to this phenomenon.


Get more information on the topic by clicking HERE

Opening and Moderation

Carlos Milani
Senior Fellow

Deputy Director of the Institute of Social and Political Studies at the Rio de Janeiro State University (IESP-UERJ)

Luciana Gama Muniz
Project Director

Participants

Ana Toni
Senior Fellow

Executive Director of Institute for Climate and Society (iCS)

J. Timmons Roberts
Professor at Brown University and Director of the Climate Social Science Network

Ruth McKie
Professor at De Montfort University, UK.

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