Funkcjonowanie miast Azji Południowo-Wschodniej w ramach międzynarodowych sieci współpracy


Abstrakt

Although climate policy is formulated at national and supranational levels (for example, the European Union, the United Nations), cities are responsible for its practical implementation. As a consequence, actions taken by local authorities are becoming an important factor in the success of global climate policy. One of the cities’ activities is sharing environmental knowledge within international city networks. This form of international cooperation is also becoming increasingly popular in Southeast Asia.
This article analyses the participation of Asian cities in the three most important networks dealing with the exchange of ecological knowledge: C40, City Net and ICLEI. Based on interviews with representatives of all surveyed networks and the city officials of Quezon City, Philippines, I present the characteristics of cities functioning in networks, in particular the knowledge flow model, which has a certain postcolonial feature but also promotes social dialogue and cooperation with local partners.


Słowa kluczowe

sieci miast; paradyplomacja; C40; ICLEI; wiedza ekologiczna

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Opublikowane : 2019-09-27


Kamiński, T. (2019). Funkcjonowanie miast Azji Południowo-Wschodniej w ramach międzynarodowych sieci współpracy. Sprawy Międzynarodowe, 72(3), 115-132. https://doi.org/10.35757/SM.2019.72.3.11

Tomasz Kamiński 
Uniwersytet Łódzki  Polska
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2389-4038