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Saucedo Dávila, A. (2018). Incidencia de la sociedad civil en la agenda internacional de México sobre cambio climático. Cooperacion, 5(2), 157–176. https://doi.org/10.21500/23825014.3919
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More than 45 years ago, a space for civil society was opened on the international agenda regarding environmental issues. At that time, there were not enough scientific arguments to support the existence of climate change and its implications as it is today.

The inclusion of the civil society in multilateral agendas and processes has undoubtedly contributed to limit climate change within the most vulnerable territories and provide a fresh and responsible approach to global climate governance. The present reflection aims to analyze which events led to the important inclusion of civil society’s contributions in multilateral agenda from Mexico in the second decade of the year 2000, as well as its role in international negotiations on climate change.

Keywords: Global climate governance, international cooperation, climate change, civil society.


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