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Environmental Diplomacy: Negotiating More Effective Global Agreements 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9780199397990
Published: December 2014
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Paperback
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International environmental agreements have increased exponentially within the last five decades. However, decisions on policies to address key issues such as biodiversity loss, climate change, ozone depletion, hazardous waste transport and numerous other planetary challenges require individual countries to adhere to international norms.

What have been the successes and failures in the environmental treaty-making arena? How has the role of civil society and scientific consensus contributed to this maturing process? Why have some treaties been more enforceable than others and which theories of international relations can further inform efforts in this regard? Addressing these questions with renewed emphasis on close case analysis makes this volume a timely and thorough postscript to the Rio-Plus 20 summit's celebrated invocation document, The Future We Want, towards sustainable development.

Environmental Diplomacy: Negotiating More Effective Global Agreements provides an accessible narrative on understanding the geopolitics of negotiating international environmental agreements and clear guidance on improving the current system.

In this book, authors Lawrence Susskind and Saleem Ali expertly observe international environmental negotiations to effectively inform the reader on the geopolitics of protecting our planet. This second edition offers an additional perspective from the Global South as well as providing a broader analysis of the role of science in environmental treaty-making. It provides a unique contribution as a panoramic analysis of the process of environmental treaty-making.

Subjects:
Environmental Law
Contents:
Abbreviations
Foreword by Dr. Zakri Abdul Hamid
Preface
Chapter 1
What Is This Book About?
Chapter 2
The Weaknesses of the Existing Environmental Treaty-Making System
Chapter 3
Representation and Voting
Chapter 4
The Need for a Better Balance between Science and Politics
Chapter 5
The Advantages and Disadvantages of Issue Linkage
Chapter 6
Monitoring and Enforcement in the Face of Sovereignty
Chapter 7
Reforming the System
Appendices
Appendix A: Treaties
Appendix B: Declaration of the Right to Nature Conservation, Environmental Protection, and Sustainable Development
Appendix C: The Green Economy Framework for Environmental Diplomacy as stipulated in the Rio Plus 20 Final Outcome Document of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, The Future We Want (Section III)
Appendix D: Steps in the Making of a Treaty in the US Ratification Process
Index