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Gracia Paramitha


Title of Research:

"Bilateral Climate Governance in Indonesia".

Brief overview of research topic:

The research aims to gain insight into how effective the bilateral climate change partnership in Indonesia was between 1997 and 2015. The objectives of this research are:

  1. The identify the factors that affect the effectiveness of the bilateral climate change partnership in Indonesia
  2. To predict the significance of the bilateral climate change partnership for the future of climate governance, and to apply this to other countries 



M.Sc - 1st Class (Honor) Master of Science in International Relations, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
B.IR - (cumlaude) Bachelor of International Relations, Airlangga University, Surabaya, Indonesia 



Isnaeni, Nurul et al. (2016). “Global Environmental Governance” (Tata Kelola Lingkungan Hidup Global). Depok, Indonesia: SAM Pub.



  1. Indonesian International Conference on Business, Management, and Communication: “Meeting Global Challenges and Competitiveness among Developing Countries” in Grand Clarion hotel, Makassar on 26-28 August 2015


1. Master Thesis: The UNEP Governance and its Challenge towards the Mechanism of NGO Engagement in Indonesia

2. The Sustainable “Anarchy” Development:


Environment and climate change and international relations studies at London School of Public Relations, Jakarta, Indonesia since 2013-present

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Gracia is supervised by Professor Neil Carter and Dr Claire Smith

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