Projects relevant to the cluster
2010-2014 – lead author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Fifth Assessment Report, chapter on “international cooperation”
2009-2012 – SSHRC grant under their strategic programme on the environment, “Governance and legitimacy in carbon markets”. Principal researcher, collaborative project with Matthew Hoffmann and Steven Bernstein (University of Toronto) and Michele Betsill (Colorado State University. $221931
2008-2011 – member of research network on 'transnational climate change governance', research network funded by the Leverhulme Foundation (UK). Network led by Harriet Bulkeley (geography, Durham University, UK).
2007-2012 Co-editor, Global Environmental Politics
2006-9 – SSHRC Standard research grant “Climate change politics and the greening of the state”. Sole researcher. $90867.
2003 - Series editor, Environmental Politics series, Routledge
Publications related to European/EU Studies
Matthew Paterson, "A Climate of Crisis: The Impacts of the Economic Crisis on EU Climate Change Policy", The Economic Crisis in Europe, Joan DeBardeleben and Crina Viju, London, Palgrave, 2013.
Matthew Paterson, "Climate re-public: practicing public space in conditions of extreme complexity", The Public as Practice: Transformations in Global Politics, Jacqueline Best and Alexandra Gheciu, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Matthew Paterson, "Commodification", Critical Environmental Politics, Carl Death, London, Routledge, 2013.
Matthew Paterson and Johannes Stripple, "Governing subjectivities in a carbon-constrained world", Culture, Politics and Climate Change, Max Boykoff and Deserai Crow, London, Routledge, 2013.
Erick Lachapelle and Matthew Paterson, "Drivers of national climate policy", Climate Policy, 13(5), 2013, 547-571.
Matthew Paterson, "Who and what are carbon markets for? Politics and the development of climate policy", Climate Policy, 12(1), 2012, 82-97.
Matthew Paterson, "Selling Carbon: From International Climate Regime To Global Carbon Market", Oxford Handbook of Climate Change and Society, John S. Dryzek, Richard B. Norgaard and David Schlosberg, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2010, 611-624.
(with Peter Newell) Climate Capitalism: Global warming and the transformation of the global economy. Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Paterson, M. Post-Hegemonic Climate Politics?, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 11: 140-158, 2009.
Paterson, M., and John Barry, “The Ecology of the British State's Economic Strategy under New Labour”, in J. Barry and R. Eckersley (Eds.), The State and the Global Ecological Crisis, MIT Press, 2005, 53-74.