This report, tenth in the biennial series on the global environment, defines governance in everyday terms, with reference to many case studies. It assesses the state of environmental governance in nations around the world and reports results from the Access Initiative, an attempt to measure systematically governments' performance in providing their citizens access to environmental information, decision-making, and justice. The work also presents national statistics on environmental, social and economic trends in more than 150 countries. This edition departs from previous ones by making the full World Resources database accessible and searchable online on the companion Web site. The site also provides data tables, country profiles, maps, and feature stories about contemporary conditions.
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