"[...] a valuable addition to the growing discipline of international environmental policy-making [...] show[s] that we cannot pretend that any one perspective can solve environmental problems, but that a range of complementary perspectives can help policymakers and advisors in their continuing efforts to understand environmental problems and to address them more effectively."
- Dr. Klaus Topfer, Executive Director, UNEP
Foreword; Mostafa Kamal Tolba
Foreword; Nazli Choucri
Notes on the Contributors
PART I: INTRODUCTION
- Politics for Global Environmental Governance; H.W.Jeong
PART II: NORMS AND PRACTICE
- The Evolution of Global Commons; M.S.Soroos
- New Dimensions of Effectiveness in the Analysis of International Environmental Agreements; G.K?tting
PART III: ISSUES IN NEGOTIATIONS
- Dynamics of Environmental Negotiations; P.S.Chasek
PART IV: INSTITUTIONBAL CONTEXT
- The Legitimacy of the Global Environment Facility; R.Payne
- Encouraging Participation in International Environmental Agreements; A.R.DeSombre
PART V: VALUES, IDENTITY AND KNOWLEDGE
- Eccentric Identity and Politics; H.W.Jeong & C.Bretherton
- Globalized Networks of Knowledge and Practice: Civil Society and Environmental Governance; R.D.Lipschutz
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Ho-Won Jeong is a Faculty Member of the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University. He has published several books, including Peace and Conflict Studies: An Introduction and numerous journal articles in the field of environmental issues, development, peace and conflict resolution.