Approaches to international environmental governance, Peter M. Haas; History of Environmental Governance: Methods to expedite environmental protection, Peter Sand and Paolo Contini; One year after Stockholm: an ecological approach to management, Maurice Strong. Nature of Environmental Governance Problem: The tragedy of the commons, Garrett Harden; The struggle to govern the commons, Thomas Dietz, Elinor Ostrom and Paul C. Stern; The environmental information needs of the decision maker, Martin Holdgate. Realism and Power Politics: The management of international affairs, Kenneth Waltz. Institutional Bargaining: The politics of international regime formation, Oran R. Young; Institutions for the earth, Haas, Keohane and Levy; The interest based explanation of international environmental policy, Sprintz and Vaahtoranta; Constructing effective environmental regimes, George W. Downs. Scientific Governance, Learning to learn, Peter M. Haas and Ernst B. Haas; The role of science in environmental regimes, Rolf Lidskog and Goran Sundqvist; Conclusions, Arild Underdal; Epilogue, Edward Miles et al. Private Governance: Private environmental governance and international relations, Robert Falkner; Bargains old and new: multinational corporations in global governance, David L. Levy and Aseem Prakash; Talking with the donkey, Kathryn Harrison; Legitimacy and the privatization of environmental governance, Benjamin Cashore; Green by choice, Kollman and Prakash; The privatization of global environmental governance, Jennifer Clapp. Civil Society: Politics beyond the state, Paul Wapner; NGO influence in international environmental negotiations, Elisabeth Corell and Michele Betsill. Networked Governance: Addressing the global governance deficit, Peter M. Haas; Institutional interactions, Konrad von Moltke; Reconstituting the global public domain, John Gerard Ruggie; Index.