9 edition of Global Environmental Governance found in the catalog.
May 12, 2006 by Island Press .
Written in English
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It examines ten major environmental threats-climate disruption, biodiversity loss, acid rain, ozone depletion, deforestation, desertification, freshwater degradation and shortages, marine fisheries decline. A critical assessment of whether transparency is a broadly transformative force in global environmental governance or plays a more limited role.
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The environment has emerged as a key issue in global politics since the early s, and the issues that comprise the ‘environmental crisis’ are widely regarded to have had significant impacts on international politics. At the same time, the international society or English School of International Relations tradition has rarely had much explicit to say regarding the implications Author: Matthew Paterson.
Long subordinate to global economic governance, global environmental governance currently fails to produce responses that match the urgency and depth of global environmental challenges, as well as being short on justice and democracy. Environmental political theory can speak to this condition though the critique of the deficiencies of governance, scrutiny of reform proposals, Author: John Global Environmental Governance book.
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Global Environmental Governance examines ten major environmental threats- climate disruption, biodiversity loss, acid rain, ozone depletion, deforestation, desertification, freshwater degradation and shortages, decline of marine fisheries, toxic pollutants, and excess nitrogen-and explores how they can be addressed through treaties, governance regimes, and new forms of international.
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The "transparency turn" in global environmental governance in particular is seen in a range of international agreements, voluntary disclosure initiatives, and public-private partnerships.
This is the first book to investigate whether transparency in global environmental governance is in fact a broadly transformative force or plays a more. Her book is rare for textbooks in the field in insisting on starting with the question of why environmental degradation occurs, and that this is a political question.
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The Environmental Studies Section of the International Studies Association (ISA) was founded in The section seeks a better understanding of feedbacks between human and natural systems within global, regional, and national contexts.
We promote interactions within the scholarly community and encourage member engagement with practitioners and policy.
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It is without a doubt one of the best books I have read on Author: Jacobo Finkelman. Her first book ("Post-treaty Politics: Secretariat Influence in Global Environmental Governance," MIT Press ) received the Harold and Margaret Sprout Award for best book in international environmental affairs from the International Studies Association.
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Global Environmental Governance (GEG) is the sum of organizations, policy instruments, financing mechanisms, rules, procedures and norms that regulate the processes of global environmental protection.
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