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A B S T R A C T Why do some countries enact more ambitious climate change policies than others? Macro level economic and political structures, such as the economic weight of fossil fuel industries, play an important role in shaping these policies. So do the national science community and the national culture of science. But the process by which such macro-structural factors translate into political power and national climate change policies can be analyzed through focussing on meso level policydoi:10.1016/j.erss.2018.06.020 fatcat:7wtbgq6bnnb5jl3chtcth5nbnm