Myths and images in global climate governance, conceptualization and the case of Brazil (1989 - 2019)
Franchini, Matias Alejandro
Rev. bras. polít. int.
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Abstract Countries have a self-image of their role in global climate governance. If that image does not correspond to the country’s actual level of climate power, commitment and leadership, it becomes a myth. In this article, we define climate self-images/myths and analyze comprehensively the Brazilian case between 1989 and 2019. For most of this period, Brazil’s self-image was a myth.
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