What Influence Will Populism Have on the U.N. Climate Conference?
Experts argue that the political structure of populist nationalism makes introducing policies to reduce, or mitigate, emissions in democracies difficult.
Arjuna Dibley is a doctoral candidate at Stanford University, where he researches the way that public-sector decision making effects climate change and energy policy. He is also a senior adviser at the Centre for Policy Development, an Australian-based think tank.