Pardee Center Faculty Fellow Henrik Selin recently served as co-editor for an Environment and Planning C special issue discussing the future of sustainable development following the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (known as “Rio+20”) that took place in Brazil in 2012. The special issue features articles by a diverse group of scholars from different disciplines who collaboratively reflect on the global politics of sustainable development. Prof. Selin also co-authored one of the articles, titled “The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development: forty years in the making.”
Prof. Selin has been active in the Pardee Center’s research on sustainable development and was a co-convener and co-editor for the 2011 Task Force Report Beyond Rio+20: Governance for a Green Economy. The papers from that report also were published in the September 2011 issue of the journal Review of Policy Research.