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The Handbook of Global Climate and Environment Policy. HGP – Handbooks of Global Policy

  • ID: 2330767
  • Book
  • April 2013
  • Region: Global
  • 546 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The Handbook of Global Climate and Environment Policy presents an authoritative and comprehensive overview of international policy on climate and the environment. It brings together a global team of experts from the fields of environmental politics, international relations, economics, and law, who explore current debates and the latest thinking in the search for global environmental solutions. The volume reviews the key environmental challenges, concepts and approaches; the role of global actors, institutions and processes; and considers the links between global climate and environment policy, and that of the global economy.

Cutting across a wide range of related disciplines, the Handbook highlights the connections between social science research and global policy to provide an essential introduction for students, a review of the contemporary research agenda for researchers, and also an accessible resource for practitioners.

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Notes on Contributors viii

Preface xiii

Part I Global Policy Challenges 1

1 Global Climate Change 3Matthew J. Hoffmann

2 Global Water Governance 19Joyeeta Gupta

3 Biodiversity and Conservation 37Stuart Harrop

4 Marine Environment Protection 53Markus Salomon

5 Deforestation 72David Humphreys

6 Biotechnology and Biosafety 89Aarti Gupta

7 Global Chemicals Politics and Policy 107Henrik Selin

Part II Concepts and Approaches 125

8 Global Environmental Norms 127Steven Bernstein

9 Global Governance 146Johannes Stripple and Hannes Stephan

10 Global Environmental Security 163Simon Dalby

11 International Environmental Law 179Daniel Bodansky

12 Green Growth 197Michael Jacobs

13 Sustainable Consumption 215Doris Fuchs

14 Climate Change Justice 231Edward Page

Part III Global Actors, Institutions, and Processes 249

15 The Nation–State, International Society, and the Global Environment 251Robert Falkner

16 Transnational Environmental Activism 268Susan Park

17 Business as a Global Actor 286Jennifer Clapp and Jonas Meckling

18 International Regime Effectiveness 304Steinar Andresen

19 Strengthening the United Nations 320Steffen Bauer

20 International Negotiations 339Radoslav S. Dimitrov

21 Regionalism and Environmental Governance 358Miranda Schreurs

Part IV Global Economy and Policy 375

22 Globalization 377Peter Newell

23 Private Regulation in Global Environmental Governance 394Graeme Auld and Lars H. Gulbrandsen

24 International Trade, the Environment, and Climate Change 412Nico Jaspers and Robert Falkner

25 Global Finance and the Environment 428Christopher Wright

26 Energy Policy and Climate Change 446
Benjamin K. Sovacool

27 Economic Instruments for Climate Change 468Jonas Meckling and Cameron Hepburn

28 International Aid and Adaptation to Climate Change 486Jessica M. Ayers and Achala Chandani Abeysinghe

Index 507

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Falkner has successfully brought together top scholars from several disciplines in a single, important book that will interest policy makers and students for years to come.  Summing Up: Highly recommended.  All readership levels.   (Choice, 1 January 2014)

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