Global Environmental Governance

Options & Opportunities

255 pages, 2002

Daniel C. Esty and Maria H. Ivanova, editors
Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy

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Title Page and Credits
title_credits.pdf
Foreword
foreword-1.pdf
Strobe Talbott (United States)
The Global Environmental Agenda: Origins and Prospects
speth.pdf
James Gustave Speth (United States)
Flying Blind: Assessing Progress Toward Sustainability
hales.pdf
David Hales (United States) and Robert Prescott-Allen (Canada)
The Role of NGOs and Civil Society in Global Environmental Governance
gemmill.pdf
Barbara Gemmill (Kenya) and Abimbola Bamidele-Izu (Nigeria)
Regional Environmental Governance: Examining the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Model
koh.pdf
Koh Kheng Lian (Singapore) and Nicholas A. Robinson (United States)
Global Public Policy Networks as Coalitions for Change
streck.pdf
Charlotte Streck (Germany)
Making Environmental Deals: The Economic Case for a World Environmental Organization
whalley.pdf
John Whalley (United Kingdom) and Ben Zissimos (United Kingdom)
Revitalizing Global Environmental Governance: A Function-Driven Approach
esty-ivanova.pdf
Daniel C. Esty (United States) and Maria H. Ivanova (Bulgaria)
Climate Change: National Interests or a Global Regime?
figueres-ivanova.pdf
Christiana Figueres (Costa Rica) and Maria H. Ivanova (Bulgaria)
The Road Ahead: Conclusions and Action Agenda
conclusion.pdf
Daniel C. Esty and Maria H. Ivanova
Contributors
contributors-1.pdf
Index
index.pdf
Publication Series / Global Environmental Governance