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Lorraine Elliott

The Global Politics of the Environment

Second Edition

€ 34.44



Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Preface to the Second Edition x
List of Acronyms and Abbreviations xii
Introduction 1(222)
Structure of the book
5(2)
1 From Stockholm to Rio to Johannesburg
7(22)
Introduction
7(1)
Before Stockholm
8(2)
The United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (UNCHE), 1972
10(2)
Stockholm to Rio
12(3)
United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), 1992
15(7)
Rio to New York
22(2)
New York to Johannesburg
24(3)
Conclusion
27(2)
2 The Global Politics of Conservation: Species, Resources and Habitat
29(31)
Introduction
29(1)
Protecting and conserving biodiversity
30(13)
Sustainable living resources: `forests and fish`
43(11)
Common interest and global burden-sharing: desertification
54(4)
Conclusion
58(2)
3 The Global Politics of Pollution
60(33)
Hazardous waste and toxic chemicals
60(7)
Oceans pollution: protecting the commons
67(3)
Atmospheric pollutants
70(3)
The global commons of the atmosphere: ozone depletion
73(6)
The global commons of the atmosphere: climate change
79(13)
Conclusion
92(1)
4 Global Environmental Governance: The State and Institutional Design
93(20)
Introduction
93(2)
The United Nations
95(7)
Institutional reform
102(6)
The limits to reform: a critical position
108(5)
5 Global Environmental Governance: Democratization and Local Voices
113(24)
Science and environmental governance
114(2)
Corporate environmentalism
116(3)
Global civil society
119(6)
The gender politics of environmental degradation
125(5)
Humanity`s hope? Indigenous peoples and the environment
130(6)
Conclusion
136(1)
6 Normative Challenges: Justice, Obligations and Rights
137(20)
Environmental inequity and transnational harm
138(3)
The rights and obligations of states
141(4)
Expanding the normative framework: a rights-based approach
145(10)
Conclusion
155(2)
7 The International Political Economy of the Environment
157(21)
Sustainable development
157(10)
North and South: managing the `common agenda`
167(7)
Common but differentiated responsibilities
174(4)
8 Strategies for Sustainable Development
178(23)
Enhancing the flow of resources to developing countries
178(7)
The global economy and structural reform
185(12)
Market-based financial mechanisms
197(3)
Conclusion
200(1)
9 Environmental Security
201(22)
Introduction
201(1)
Militarizing environmental politics: the environment and security
202(11)
Demilitarizing security: securing the environment
213(9)
Revisiting environmental security
222(1)
10 The Global Politics of the Environment 223(16)
Problem-solving and critique
224(5)
Interrogating the contemporary world order
229(6)
Future conditional?
235(4)
Further Reading 239(5)
Bibliography 244(43)
Index 287
Extra informatie: 
Paperback / softback
296 pagina's
Januari 2004
481 gram
234 x 158 x 18 mm
NEW YORK UNIV PR us


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