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Environmental diplomacy [electronic resource] : negotiating more effective global agreements / Lawrence E. Susskind.

By: Susskind, Lawrence.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1994Description: 1 online resource (xii, 201 p.).ISBN: 1601298889; 9781601298881; 9780195360462 (electronic bk.); 019536046X (electronic bk.); 128044245X; 9781280442452.Subject(s): Environmental law, International | Sustainable development -- Law and legislation | Derecho ambiental internacional | Desarrollo sostenible -- Leyes y legislaci�on | Environnement -- Droit international | D�eveloppement durable -- Droit | LAW -- International | Milieurecht | Onderhandelingen | Duurzame ontwikkeling | Environnement -- Droit international | D�eveloppement durable -- Droit | Environment International lawGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Computer network resources.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Environmental diplomacy.DDC classification: 341.7/62 Other classification: 86.75 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Abbreviations; 1. What Is This Book About?; 2. The Weaknesses of the Existing Environmental Treaty-making System; 3. Representation and Voting; 4. The Need for a Better Balance Between Science and Politics; 5. The Advantages and Disadvantages of Issue Linkage; 6. Monitoring and Enforcement in the Face of Sovereignty; 7. Reforming the System: The Salzburg Initiative and Other Proposals for Change; Appendix A: Selected Global Environmental Treaties; Appendix B: Declaration of the Right to Nature Conservation, Environmental Protection, and Sustainable Development; Notes.
Summary: This study examines weaknesses in the existing system of environmental treaty-making and suggests key changes necessary both to confront emerging global environmental threats (such as climate change, loss of biodiversity and pollution) and to achieve sustainable development.
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Includes index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Abbreviations; 1. What Is This Book About?; 2. The Weaknesses of the Existing Environmental Treaty-making System; 3. Representation and Voting; 4. The Need for a Better Balance Between Science and Politics; 5. The Advantages and Disadvantages of Issue Linkage; 6. Monitoring and Enforcement in the Face of Sovereignty; 7. Reforming the System: The Salzburg Initiative and Other Proposals for Change; Appendix A: Selected Global Environmental Treaties; Appendix B: Declaration of the Right to Nature Conservation, Environmental Protection, and Sustainable Development; Notes.

This study examines weaknesses in the existing system of environmental treaty-making and suggests key changes necessary both to confront emerging global environmental threats (such as climate change, loss of biodiversity and pollution) and to achieve sustainable development.

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Environmental diplomacy by Susskind, Lawrence. ©1994
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