Environment, Society and International Relations: Towards More Effective International Agreements
Routledge, 1. feb. 2013 - 192 sider
Written in an accessible and lively style, this ground-breaking text marries a critique of current remedies towards environmental problems to original and viable alternatives.
This text adopts an eco-centric rather than a traditional environmental management perspective to focuses on the key issues such as:
* The effectiveness of international agreements in solving environmental problems
* the role of the structures and constraints within which these agreements operate
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