The School of Australian Indigenous Knowledge Systems (SAIKS) and Governance Program presents ’Emissions trading and warranted governance’ by Ian Thynne – the second seminar in the 2007 Occasional Seminar Series.
Emissions trading schemes raise a range of important governance issues. In this regard, the concept of ‘warranted governance’ serves to highlight the need for established arrangements to be authorised, justified, and vouched for. In the process, various command, exchange and associational relationships are formed, involving a mix of ownership patterns, certificates, contracts, compacts/accords, accountability and control. These matters will be addressed in the seminar.
This seminar takes place on Wednesday 8 August from 12.30pm to 1.30pm.
Ian Thynne is in the Governance Program, Faculty of Law, Business and Arts, at Charles Darwin University.
This seminar takes place in the SAIKS seminar room, Building 30, from 12.30pm to 1.30pm.
Visit the SAIKS seminar webpage for more information about this and future seminars in the series.