Earth System Governance

The Earth System Governance series is designed to address the challenge that fundamental and applied research faces in confronting the human influence on every biological and physical system on the planet: almost no species, land area, or part of the oceans has remained unaffected by the expansion of the human species. The task of earth system governance research is to develop integrated systems of governance that ensure the sustainable development of the coupled socio-ecological system the Earth has become. Books in this series pursue this challenge from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, at different levels of governance, and with a plurality of methods. Yet all further one common aim: analyzing current systems of earth system governance with a view to increased understanding and possible improvements and reform.

Series Editors: Oran R. Young and Frank Biermann

Global Shifts

Philip Schleifer

Jun 20, 2023

Certifying China

Yixian Sun

Feb 22, 2022

Learning in Governance

Katharina Rietig

Aug 24, 2021

Alternatives to Multilateralism

Lena Partzsch

Aug 25, 2020

Forgotten Values

Teresa Kramarz

Aug 25, 2020

Dirty Gold

Michael John Bloomfield

Aug 28, 2018

Governing through Goals

Norichika Kanie, Frank Biermann

May 12, 2017

Governing Complex Systems

Oran R. Young

Mar 10, 2017

New Earth Politics

Simon Nicholson, Sikina Jinnah

Mar 04, 2016