Survey Items

The International Negotiations Survey poses a range of questions on important topics of environmental governance. Below you will find links to select survey items with descriptions of key results.

 

items-01Non-state actors in climate change governance
Explores what roles non-state actors are perceived to play in climate change governance.
link to selected results

 

 

Solutions and policy instruments for climate change governance
Gauges views on the most effective modes of solutions to tackle climate change and policy instruments that could be included in a future climate agreement.
link to selected results

 

items-06UNFCCC as an arena for climate change governance
Examines UNFCCC as an arena for climate change governance, including the function of side events.
link to selected results

 

 

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Leading actors in the negotiations
Explores who is considered a leading actor in the climate change negotiations and preferences for different factors for determining leading actor support.
link to selected results

 

items-05Principles in climate change negotiations
Explores  degree of recognition for different principles for distributing commitments for climate change mitigation and adaptation and views on historical responsibility.
link to selected results

 

items-03Governance of Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs)
Surveys participants’ views on the most important objectives for Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) by developing country Parties.
link to selected results