Environment, Society and International Relations
Towards More Effective International Agreements
Written in an accessible and lively style, this ground-breaking text marries a critique of current remedies towards environmental problems to original and viable alternatives.
This text adopts an eco-centric rather than a traditional environmental management perspective to focuses on the key issues such as:
* The effectiveness of international agreements in solving environmental problems
* the role of the structures and constraints within which these agreements operate
Table of Contents
Preface List of abbreviations Part I: Distinguishing between institutional and environmental effectiveness Part II: Empirical Studies Part III: Environment, society and IR Bibliography
Gabriela Kutting is a lecturer in International Relations at the University of Aberdeen. Her articles on International Relations, International Political Economy and the environment have been widely published in journals including International Environmental Affairs and Environmental Politics.