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Bridging Gaps Between Constituents And Policymakers In Climate Policy In Washington State, Rebecca Dickson
Global Honors Theses
Climate change is one of the preeminent concerns of our time. As nation-states around the world face rising sea levels, pollution, political instability, and a rise of national security concerns due to climate instability, greater international cooperation is needed in order to target and adapt to cross-border issues. However, international political action is often reliant upon a national support for that action, especially when national officials rely on the support of their citizenry, such as in democracies, like the United States.
In order to understand how countries such as the United States make decisions on the domestic and international level, …