Climate Change Leadership – MOOC

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Further reading and learning

This is a reference list of optional further readings on the themes of Week 2. Please add your own suggestions at Twitter #cemuscclmooc or Facebook, or at Studium. Click on medium type in brackets to access the material.


Climate justice

Duyck, S., Jodoin, S. & Johl, A. (2018). Routledge Handbook of Human Rights and Climate Governance. London: Routledge. [book]

Roupé & Anderson (2023). Ecocide Law for the Paris Agreement with Jonas Roupé & Kevin Anderson. [video]

Republic of Kiribati (2019). National Adaptation Plan of Kiribati [report]

Thomas, L. (2022). The Intersectional Environmentalist: How to Dismantle Systems of Oppression to Protect People and Planet. New York: Voracious/Little, Brown and Company. [book].

Rythz, M. (2018). Anote’s Ark. [documentary]

Winther, Sandra (2019). Lowland kids. [documentary]



O’Brien, K. (2018). Is the 1.5°C target possible? Exploring the three spheres of transformation. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, Volume 31. [article]

Leichenko, R.M. & O’Brien, K. (2019). Climate and society: transforming the future. Cambridge: Polity. [book]

Delina, L. (2016). Strategies for Rapid Climate Mitigation Wartime mobilisation as a model for action?. New York: Routledge. [book]


Carbon budgets

Friedlingstein, P. (2023). Global Carbon Budget. [web page]

Breeze, N. (2022). Kevin Anderson | Eorst of both words: less carbon budget, dire impacts. [audio/video]

Stoddard, I. & Anderson, K. (2023). Paris-compliant carbon budgets for Sweden’s counties. Provisional report Energy Agency Project No. 46532-1. [report]

Stoddard, I. & Anderson, K. (2023). Paris-compliant emission reductions for Sweden: heuristic narratives for guiding energy policy. Provisional report Energy Agency Project No. 46532-1. [report]


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