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Prof. Dr. Clara Brandi
Prof. Dr. Clara Brandi
German Institute of Development and Sustainability (IDOS) & Uni Bonn
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Sustainability standards for palm oil: challenges for smallholder certification under the RSPO
C Brandi, T Cabani, C Hosang, S Schirmbeck, L Westermann, H Wiese
The Journal of Environment & Development 24 (3), 292-314, 2015
1942015
Aligning transnational climate action with international climate governance: The road from Paris
S Chan, C Brandi, S Bauer
Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law 25 (2 …, 2016
1242016
Sustainability standards and sustainable development: synergies and trade offs of transnational governance
C Brandi
Sustainable Development 25 (1), 25-34, 2017
982017
Sustainability certification in the Indonesian palm oil sector: benefits and challenges for smallholders
C Brandi, T Cabani, C Hosang, S Schirmbeck, L Westermann, H Wiese
Studies, 2013
962013
Do environmental provisions in trade agreements make exports from developing countries greener?
C Brandi, J Schwab, A Berger, JF Morin
World Development 129, 2020
892020
NDC Explorer. German Development Institute/Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE), African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS), Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
WP Pauw, D Cassanmagnano, K Mbeva, J Hein, A Guarin, C Brandi, ...
48*2016
Different perspectives on differentiated responsibilities: a state-of-the-art review of the notion of common but differentiated responsibilities in international negotiations
P Pauw, C Brandi, C Richerzhagen, S Bauer, H Schmole
Discussion Paper, 2014
472014
Humanity on the move: Unlocking the transformative power of cities
F Kraas, C Leggewie, P Lemke, E Matthies, D Messner, N Nakicenovic, ...
WBGU-German Advisory Council on Global Change, 2016
452016
A cartography of the new middle classes in developing and emerging countries
C Brandi, M Büge
Discussion Paper, 2014
422014
When Do International Treaties Matter for Domestic Environmental Legislation?
C Brandi, D Blümer, JF Morin
Global Environmental Politics, 2019
412019
Trade elements in countries’ climate contributions under the Paris Agreement
C Brandi
International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development, 2017
412017
Safeguarding the earth system as a priority for sustainable development and global ethics: the need for an earth system SDG
C Brandi
Journal of Global Ethics 11 (1), 32-36, 2015
362015
Strategies of flexible integration and enlargement of the European Union: a club-theoretical and constitutional economics perspective
C Brandi, M Wohlgemuth
Freiburger Diskussionspapiere zur Ordnungsökonomik, 2006
362006
Connections between the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda
A Dzebo, H Janetschek, C Brandi, G Iacobuta
The case for policy coherence, 2019
312019
European neighbourhood policy: challenges for the EU-policy towards the new neighbours
A Bendiek, C Brandi, S Fröhlich, G Gromadzki, M Haerder, N Helmerich, ...
Barbara Budrich, 2007
312007
The 2030 Agenda and the Paris Agreement: Voluntary Contributions towards Thematic Policy Coherence
H Janetschek, C Brandi, A Dezbo, B Hackmann
Climate Policy, 2019
282019
Post 2015: why is the water-energy-land nexus important for the future development agenda?
CA Brandi, C Richerzhagen, KMK Stepping
United Nations Post-2015 Agenda for global development: perspectives from …, 2014
252014
Cling together, swing together: the contagious effects of COVID‐19 on developing countries through global value chains
S Pahl, C Brandi, J Schwab, F Stender
The World Economy, 2021
202021
Environmental provisions in trade agreements: Defending regulatory space or pursuing offensive interests?
D Blümer, JF Morin, C Brandi, A Berger
Environmental Politics, 2020
202020
Club Governance and Legitimacy: The Perspective of Old and Rising Powers on the G7 and the G20
C Brandi
South African Journal of International Affairs, 2019
182019
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