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Jasmine Livingston
Jasmine Livingston
Post Doctoral Fellow
Verified email at cec.lu.se
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Taking science by surprise: The knowledge politics of the IPCC Special Report on 1.5 degrees
JE Livingston, M Rummukainen
Environmental Science & Policy 112, 10-16, 2020
772020
From climates multiple to climate singular: Maintaining policy-relevance in the IPCC synthesis report
JE Livingston, E Lövbrand, JA Olsson
Environmental Science & Policy 90, 83-90, 2018
542018
Going beyond science-policy interaction? An analysis of views among intergovernmental panel on climate change actors
T Thoni, JE Livingston
Critical Policy Studies 15 (1), 37-54, 2021
182021
Climate science for policy? The knowledge politics of the IPCC after Copenhagen
J Livingston
Lund University, 2018
82018
Three institutional pathways to envision the future of the IPCC
S Asayama, K De Pryck, S Beck, B Cointe, PN Edwards, H Guillemot, ...
Nature Climate Change 13 (9), 877-880, 2023
52023
Exploring global climate policy futures and their representation in integrated assessment models
T Hickmann, C Bertram, F Biermann, E Brutschin, E Kriegler, ...
Politics and Governance 10 (3), 171-185, 2022
42022
A global goal for climate change: the place of science in politics
JE Livingston
Social Research: An International Quarterly 90 (1), 111-126, 2023
12023
Making policy-relevant knowledge in the IPCC Special Report on 1.5 degrees: An analysis of reviewer comments
JE Livingston, M Rummukainen
Environmental Science & Policy 147, 305-314, 2023
2023
from Part I-Governance
J Livingston
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022
2022
Climate Science for Policy?
JE Livingston
The knowledge politics of the IPCC after copenhagen [Ph. D thesis]. Lund …, 2018
2018
A Technological Solution for Climate Change? Examining discourses on Carbon Capture and Storage
J Livingston
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