The Global Environmental Accord series explores the analytical and theoretical underpinnings required to implement effective decision-making approaches to managing the global environment.
An argument that resource scarcity and environmental degradation can provide an impetus for cooperation among countries.
Develops and applies an innovative theoretical framework that links domestic economic vulnerabilities to national policy positions and international management in the context of Atlantic fisheries.
An analysis of the potential for environmental cooperation in multijurisdictional conservation zones to contribute to political conflict resolution; includes case studies of existing parks and proposals for new ones.
A study of the effect of EU membership on Central and Eastern European environmental policy and the interplay of political incentives and industry behavior that determines policy
An analytic exploration of whether trade hurts or helps the environment.
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