Which ‘Good Governance’ Structures Help Minimise The Socio-Economic Risks Of Climate Change?

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Description

The study aims to demonstrate how SMEs can influence the governance structures, defined as the formal and informal ‘structures and processes that determine how decisions are made, power is exercised and responsibilities allocated’ in a given community (Turner et al. 2014) of a community, by answering:
1. How do governance structures in different societies impact the sustainable and profitable climate change practices of SMEs? 

2. How can SMEs influence such governance structures on climate change? 

3. How can SMEs offer leadership to establish governance structures that support their own and 
their (local) societies’ engagement with climate change? 

StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/01/1731/12/17

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