Collaborative Event Ethnography: Between Structural Power and Empirical Nuance?
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Collaborative event ethnography (CEE) is a powerful new methodological tool to study global environmental politics and governance in practice. The authors of the various articles in this special issue have done much to develop, conceptualize, and fine tune CEE in order to understand global environmental meetings and how they “work” in terms of producing knowledge, relationships, solutions, and compliance mechanisms, among others. In this forum article I interrogate the power of CEE and how CEE performs in the study of power in global environmental politics.