International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics is a peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary journal that focuses on the theoretical, methodological and practical dimensions of cooperative solutions to international environmental problems. The journal explores both formal legal agreements such as multilateral treaties, and less formal cooperative mechanisms such as ministerial declarations and producer-consumer agreements. The journal's scope encompasses a wide range of environmental and natural resource issues, including biosafety, biodiversity loss, climate change, desertification, forest conservation, ozone depletion, transboundary pollutant flows, and the management of marine and fresh-water resources.
The journal provides a forum on the role of political, economic, and legal considerations in the negotiation and implementation of effective governance strategies.
- 15 Volumes
- 57 Issues
- 415 Articles
- 25 Open Access
- 2001 - 2015 Available between
Ed Couzens: Whales and elephants in international conservation law and politics: a comparative study
Peter H. Sand (March 2015)
The securitization of water discourse: theoretical foundations, research gaps and objectives of the special issue
Itay Fischhendler (March 2015)
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- International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics
- Volume 1 / 2001 - Volume 15 / 2015
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- Springer Netherlands
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