- Develops a Sustainability Capital Framework for IEC and global sustainability
- Examines the drivers, barriers, incentives and success factors for global sustainability
- Includes novel assertions drawn from original empirical data and extensive case studies
- Engages with critical literature published in the field
Part I: Technicalities of participation and of IEAs 1. Introduction 2. Participation in IEAs: A Necessary Precursor for Sustainability 3. IEAs: Definitions and Structure 4. Life-cycle of IEAs 5. Evolution of IEAs
Part 2: Drivers, Barriers, and Incentives 6. Drivers, Barriers, and Incentives for IEC 7. The Military and the Environment 8. Revalorization of morality, and an ethos of truth, integrity, and compassion 9. Adoption of a Principled Approach to Societal Goal-Setting 10. Realizing Empowerment
Part 3: Theoretical Considerations 11. Understanding International Environmental Cooperation 12. Some New Theoretical Imperatives 13. Bringing It Together: The Sustainability Capital Framework
Chenaz B. Seelarbokus is an Associate Professor of Public Administration in the School of Government and International Affairs at Kennesaw State University. Prior to her academic career, Chenaz served as Assistant Secretary in the Ministry for the Environment & Quality of Life, the Ministry of Education and Human Resources, and the Ministry of Commerce and Cooperatives in the Government of Mauritius, and was also part of the technical cadre in the Environmental Studies Laboratory of the University of Mauritius.