Greta Thunberg—the 16-year-old girl who just one year ago started a global climate movement—has spoken loud and clear about demanding action against climate change’s devastating effects. It’s now time for the adults to act and hold our leaders accountable.
Teresa Kramarz, PhD is a professor and research associate at the Munk School of Global Affairs in the University of Toronto. She is a Fellow of the Earth System Governance Research Alliance, and Co-Director of the Accountability in Global Environmental Governance Task Force. Her current research focuses on accountability in global environmental governance, energy and the environment in Latin America, and assessing the potential for democratic environmental governance in multi stakeholder initiatives. Her most recent publications appear in Environmental Policy and Governance, Review of Policy Research, and Global Environmental Politics.