Tuesday, April 14, 2015

New Issue: International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics

The latest issue of International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics (Vol. 15, no. 2, May 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Joel R. Carbonell & Juliann E. Allison, Democracy and state environmental commitment to international environmental treaties
  • Tobias Böhmelt & Jürg Vollenweider, Information flows and social capital through linkages: the effectiveness of the CLRTAP network
  • Chaewoon Oh & Shunji Matsuoka, The position of the Low Carbon Growth Partnership (LCGP): at the end of Japan’s navigation between the Kyoto Protocol and the APP
  • Stefan Renckens, The Basel Convention, US politics, and the emergence of non-state e-waste recycling certification
  • Johannes Urpelainen & Thijs Van de Graaf, The International Renewable Energy Agency: a success story in institutional innovation?
  • Kenji Kamigawara, Comparative typological study of change in global environmental regimes
  • Zinatul A. Zainol, Rohaida Nordin, & Frank I. Akpoviri, Mandatory labelling of genetically modified (GM) foods
  • Mathias Zannakis, The blending of discourses in Sweden’s “urge to go ahead” in climate politics