Wednesday, March 22, 2017

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

The latest issue of International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics (Vol. 17, no. 2, April 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Chaewoon Oh & Shunji Matsuoka, The genesis and end of institutional fragmentation in global governance on climate change from a constructivist perspective
  • R. Guarino, F. Cutaia, A. L. Giacopelli, P. Menegoni, F. Pelagallo, C. Trotta, & G. Trombino, Disintegration of Italian rural landscapes to international environmental agreements
  • Rishikesh Ram Bhandary, Coalition strategies in the climate negotiations: an analysis of mountain-related coalitions
  • Magdalena Kuchler, Stakeholding as sorting of actors into categories: implications for civil society participation in the CDM
  • Linda Wallbott & Andrea Schapper, Negotiating by own standards? The use and validity of human rights norms in UN climate negotiations
  • Jennifer S. Bansard, Philipp H. Pattberg, & Oscar Widerberg, Cities to the rescue? Assessing the performance of transnational municipal networks in global climate governance
  • Katharina Michaelowa & Axel Michaelowa, The growing influence of the UNFCCC Secretariat on the clean development mechanism
  • Mark Zeitoun, Ana Elisa Cascão, Jeroen Warner, Naho Mirumachi, Nathanial Matthews, Filippo Menga, & Rebecca Farnum, Transboundary water interaction III: contest and compliance
  • Alexandros Kailis, The influential role of consensual knowledge in international environmental agreements: negotiating the implementing measures of the Mediterranean Land-Based Sources Protocol (1980)