Collective Climate Action and Networked Climate Governance" is a comprehensive book that delves into the urgent challenge of combating climate change. With the world witnessing unprecedented weather events, rising sea levels, and the rapid melting of ice caps, the book underscores the immediate and collective responsibility to protect our planet. This book navigates the multifaceted landscape of climate governance, addressing historical development, the role of non-state actors, international climate agreements, and the potential of technological innovation. The book emphasizes the interconnectedness of our global community and explores how collaborative efforts and networked governance can drive effective climate action. It provides a historical context, tracing the origins of the climate change debate and the evolution of environmental policy responses. By doing so, it highlights the limitations of traditional policy-making and advocates for innovative governance structures and cross-sector collaborations. In today's globalized world, the book analyzes the complex web of climate governance, showcasing the roles played by states, transnational organizations, cities, and businesses. It underscores the power of synergistic partnerships and the importance of integrating mitigation, adaptation, and loss and damage management dimensions. Looking to the future, the book outlines emerging trends, including the potential of digital technologies like blockchain and artificial intelligence, circular economy models, and decentralized renewable energy systems. It encourages readers to actively shape the trajectory of climate governance. Designed for a wide audience, from students to policymakers and the general public, "Collective Climate Action and Networked Climate Governance" equips readers with knowledge and tools to drive transformative change. It emphasizes the necessity of collective action and innovative governance to address climate change and build resilient societies in the face of this critical global challenge.