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Both developed and developing countries in Asia, in the name of economic development, are following, to a large extent, the same potentially environmentally destructive path their European counterparts took in the past. The rapid changes in economic, social and political life have enormous impact on Asia's ecosystems and resources. The key to the environmental future of these two regions lies in the evolution of the character of governance – the ensemble of social ethics, public policies and institutions which structure how governments and the civil society interact with the environment.
Environmental Governance in Europe and Asia looks at environmental governance in both Asia and Europe and offers a comparative analysis of the two regions in order to provide a better understanding of the concept of 'environmental governance' and its status in Europe and Asia. Environmental Governance in Europe and Asia assesses the legislative, institutional and participatory mechanisms which affect the overall development of environmental governance, and analyses current issues, concerns and strategies in respect of environmental governance at the local, national, and international levels. Environmental Governance in Europe and Asia will be valuable to scholars and students of environmental politics, EU and Asian studies, public policy, environmental law, and to decision-makers and policy-analysts.
2. Influence of International Environmental Governance on Europe and Asia
3. Concepts, Approaches and Models of Environmental Governance in Europe and Asia
4. Actors and Institutions Involved in Europe and Asia
5. Two Thematic Studies: Water and Biodiversity
6. Conclusions: Lessons Learned and Way Forward
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Jona Razzaque is a Reader in Law at the University of the West of England, UK.