Articles by Christoph Arndt

July 1, 2022

Explaining varying attitudes towards climate change measures in Western Europe

Christoph Arndt
Recent European elections have revealed that voters are increasingly polarised on environmental protectionism. Christoph Arndt, Daphne Halikiopoulou and Christos Vrakopoulos contend that local opposition to climate change measures is reinforcing a centre-periphery cleavage in Western Europe
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Christoph Arndt
Lecturer in Comparative Politics, University of Reading

Christoph's main research areas are voting behaviour, public opinion, political parties and the politics of the welfare state.

He has published in the British Journal of Political Science, Environmental Politics, Governance, the European Journal of Political Research, and the European Sociological Review, among others.

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