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The Political Studies Association exists to promote the study of Politics, and as Co-Convenor of the PSA’s Environment Group I’ve had a brilliant time being involved.

From daily tweets from the Group’s twitter account to great sponsored panels at this year’s PSA Conference, I’d strongly recommend getting involved with PSA Environment.

The PSA also has a great magazine which comes out four times a year, and I was kindly invited to write something on the politics of climate change.

Why does climate politics matter? What is the global response to climate change? And what are the prospects for an agreement in Paris in December? My article for the magazine seeks to answer each of these questions, alongside some very nifty infographics designed by the PSA team.

Please find the article here: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/2041-9066.12087/abstract