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International Environmental Cooperation and The Global Sustainability Capital Framework

  • ID: 5204006
  • Book
  • May 2021
  • Region: Global
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

International Environmental Cooperation and the Global Sustainability Capital Framework offers an integrated analysis of international environmental cooperation (IEC) and global sustainability. From a strategic management perspective, the book develops the Sustainability Capital Framework for IEC and global sustainability. The book provides an in-depth examination of the significance of state participation in international environmental agreements (IEAs), and analyzes the structure, life cycle, and evolution of IEAs. Through the Sustainability Capital Framework, the book delineates the core drivers, barriers, incentives, and critical success factors for IEC and global sustainability.

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1 Introduction Part One Participation in IEAs: A necessary precursor for global sustainability 2 Our common vulnerabilities 3 Our contingent survivability: Enhancing security and ensuring survival Part Two Technicalities of IEAs 4 IEAs: Definitions and structure 5 Life-cycle of IEAs 6 Evolution of IEAs Part Three The sustainability capital framework 7 Drivers, barriers, and incentives for IEC 8 The military and the environment: The neglected core barrier 9 Some core CSFs 10 Bringing it together: The sustainability capital framework

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Chenaz Seelarbokus Associate Professor of Public Administration, School of Government and International Affairs, Kennesaw State University, GA, USA. 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.
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