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Kate Crowley

Kate Crowley is Associate Professor and Head of School, School of Government, University of Tasmania. She is author of many papers on Tasmanian minority government and Green politics, including the newly released 'Against Green minority government: themes and traditions in Tasmanian politics', Tasmanian Historical Studies, 14 pp. 137-153, (2009). She is also a member of an international research group analysing comparative Kyoto politics and policy efforts and has recently published “Is Australia Faking It? The Kyoto Protocol & The Greenhouse Policy Challenge” Global Environmental Politics 7(4): 118-139, 2007.

And she is author of “Climate Clever?: Kyoto and Australia's Decade of Recalcitrance” forthcoming in K. Harrison and L. Sundstrom The Comparative Politics of Climate Change MIT Press, and A Framework for Action for Reducing the Tasmanian Government’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions (PDF 342KB) which has been adopted in full by the Tasmanian Government.


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