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International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics

2001 - 2018

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Volume 18, issue 6, 2018

Do deep and comprehensive regional trade agreements help in reducing air pollution? pp. 743-777 Downloads
Inmaculada Martínez-Zarzoso and Walid Oueslati
Enabling the IPBES conceptual framework to work across knowledge boundaries pp. 779-799 Downloads
Ria Dunkley, Susan Baker, Natasha Constant and Angelina Sanderson-Bellamy
How are Argentina and Chile facing shared biodiversity loss? pp. 801-810 Downloads
Cristian Lorenzo, Julián Kelly, Guillermo Martínez Pastur, Fernando Estenssoro Saavedra and María Vanessa Lencinas
A critique of the Global Pact for the environment: a stillborn initiative or the foundation for Lex Anthropocenae? pp. 811-838 Downloads
Louis J. Kotzé and Duncan French
The geopolitical overlay of the hydropolitics of the Harirud River Basin pp. 839-860 Downloads
Mohsen Nagheeby and Jeroen Warner
The European Union and the establishment of marine protected areas in Antarctica pp. 861-874 Downloads
Nengye Liu

Volume 18, issue 5, 2018

The rational design of regional regimes: contrasting Amazonian, Central African and Pan-European Forest Governance pp. 635-656 Downloads
Joana Carlos Bezerra, Jan Sindt and Lukas Giessen
Correction to: The rational design of regional regimes: contrasting Amazonian, Central African and Pan-European Forest Governance pp. 657-657 Downloads
Joana Carlos Bezerra, Jan Sindt and Lukas Giessen
The mismatch between the in-country determinants of technology transfer, and the scope of technology transfer initiatives under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change pp. 659-669 Downloads
Daniel Puig, James Arthur Haselip and Fatemeh Bakhtiari
Deliberative multi-actor dialogues as opportunities for transformative social learning and conflict resolution in international environmental negotiations pp. 671-688 Downloads
Maria Schultz, Thomas Hahn, Claudia Ituarte-Lima and Niclas Hällström
The erratic behaviour of the EU ETS on the path towards consolidation and price stability pp. 689-706 Downloads
Federico Galán-Valdivieso, Elena Villar-Rubio and María-Dolores Huete-Morales
Enhancing climate resilience of transboundary water allocation agreements: the impact of shortening the agreement’s lifetime on cooperation stability pp. 707-722 Downloads
Maryam Jafroudi
A proposed methodology for assessing the economic needs of safeguard zones protecting groundwater intended for human consumption within the context of the European Water Framework Directive pp. 723-742 Downloads
A. Jiménez-Madrid, S. Gómez, G. Gémar and C. Martínez

Volume 18, issue 4, 2018

The influence of the Regional Coordinating Unit of the Abidjan Convention: implementing multilateral environmental agreements to prevent shipping pollution in West and Central Africa pp. 469-489 Downloads
Harry Barnes-Dabban and Sylvia Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen
Can the management school explain noncompliance with international environmental agreements? pp. 491-512 Downloads
Andreas Kokkvoll Tveit
Regulating the invisible: interaction between the EU and Norway in managing nano-risks pp. 513-528 Downloads
Steinar Andresen, G. Kristin Rosendal and Jon Birger Skjærseth
Current environmental problems in member states of the Eurasian Economic Union pp. 529-539 Downloads
Elen Akopova, Assiya Nursapa and Ilyas Kuderin
Sharing aquatic genetic resources across jurisdictions: playing ‘chicken’ in the sea pp. 541-556 Downloads
Fran Humphries
Experimenting with TripleCOPs: Productive innovation or counterproductive complexity? pp. 557-572 Downloads
Jen Iris Allan, David Downie and Jessica Templeton
Climate change coalition formation and equilibrium strategies in mitigation games in the post-Kyoto Era pp. 573-598 Downloads
Jing Wu and Jean-Claude Thill
Nomination and inscription of the “Ancient Beech Forests of Germany” as natural World Heritage: multi-level governance between science and politics pp. 599-617 Downloads
Janina Heim, Max Krott and Michael Böcher
The revival of the Honourable Merchant? Analysing private forest governance at firm level pp. 619-634 Downloads
Anne-Kathrin Weber

Volume 18, issue 3, 2018

Environmental regime effectiveness and the North American Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement pp. 315-333 Downloads
Carolyn Johns, Adam Thorn and Debora VanNijnatten
A place in the Sun? IRENA’s position in the global energy governance landscape pp. 335-350 Downloads
Indra Overland and Gunilla Reischl
The self-selection of democracies into treaty design: insights from international environmental agreements pp. 351-367 Downloads
Tobias Böhmelt and Edita Butkutė
Youth participation and agency in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change pp. 369-389 Downloads
Harriet Thew
Halon management and ozone-depleting substances control in Jordan pp. 391-408 Downloads
Tareq K. Al-Awad, Motasem N. Saidan and Brian J. Gareau
The role of valuation and bargaining in optimising transboundary watercourse treaty regimes pp. 409-428 Downloads
Rafael Emmanuel Macatangay and Alistair Rieu-Clarke
The framing and governance of climate change adaptation projects in Lao PDR and Cambodia pp. 429-446 Downloads
Louis Lebel, Mira Käkönen, Va Dany, Phimphakan Lebel, Try Thuon and Saykham Voladet
Making initiatives resonate: how can non-state initiatives advance national contributions under the UNFCCC? pp. 447-466 Downloads
Lukas Hermwille
Correction to: Multilateral development banking in a fragmented climate finance system: shifting priorities in energy finance at the Asian Development Bank pp. 467-467 Downloads
Laurence Delina

Volume 18, issue 2, 2018

International environmental agreements with agenda and interaction between pollutants pp. 153-174 Downloads
Jing Xu
How empirical uncertainties influence the stability of climate coalitions pp. 175-198 Downloads
Jasper N. Meya, Ulrike Kornek and Kai Lessmann
The Aarhus convention and process cosmopolitanism pp. 199-213 Downloads
Duncan Weaver
Gathering at the AOSIS: perceived cooperation among Pacific Small Island States pp. 215-228 Downloads
Michael B. Schwebel
Geoengineering governance-by-default: an earth system governance perspective pp. 229-253 Downloads
Anita Talberg, Peter Christoff, Sebastian Thomas and David Karoly
Risk-sharing agreements to cover environmental damage: theory and practice pp. 255-273 Downloads
Jing Liu and Michael Faure
The weakness of the strong: re-examining power in transboundary water dynamics pp. 275-294 Downloads
Jacob D. Petersen-Perlman and Itay Fischhendler
Protecting wild land from wind farms in a post-EU Scotland pp. 295-314 Downloads
Simon Marsden

Volume 18, issue 1, 2018

INEA editorial: Achieving 1.5 °C and climate justice pp. 1-9 Downloads
Kate Dooley, Joyeeta Gupta and Anand Patwardhan
Achieving the 1.5 °C objective: just implementation through a right to (sustainable) development approach pp. 11-28 Downloads
Joyeeta Gupta and Karin Arts
In the light of equity and science: scientific expertise and climate justice after Paris pp. 29-43 Downloads
Bård Lahn
Evoking equity as a rationale for solar geoengineering research? Scrutinizing emerging expert visions of equity pp. 45-61 Downloads
Jane A. Flegal and Aarti Gupta
Geoengineering: neither economical, nor ethical—a risk–reward nexus analysis of carbon dioxide removal pp. 63-77 Downloads
Turaj S. Faran and Lennart Olsson
Land-based negative emissions: risks for climate mitigation and impacts on sustainable development pp. 79-98 Downloads
Kate Dooley and Sivan Kartha
Countries start to explain how their climate contributions are fair: more rigour needed pp. 99-115 Downloads
Harald Winkler, Niklas Höhne, Guy Cunliffe, Takeshi Kuramochi, Amanda April and Maria Jose Villafranca Casas
Fairly sharing 1.5: national fair shares of a 1.5 °C-compliant global mitigation effort pp. 117-134 Downloads
Christian Holz, Sivan Kartha and Tom Athanasiou
Exploring national and regional orchestration of non-state action for a pp. 135-152 Downloads
Sander Chan, Paula Ellinger and Oscar Widerberg

Volume 17, issue 6, 2017

Trade and sustainability: the impact of the International Tropical Timber Agreements on exports pp. 755-778 Downloads
Kendall Houghton and Helen Naughton
Compliance with climate change agreements: the constraints of consumption pp. 779-794 Downloads
Paul G. Harris and Taedong Lee
Dynamic political contexts and power asymmetries: the cases of the Blue Nile and the Yarmouk Rivers pp. 795-814 Downloads
Hussam Hussein and Mattia Grandi
Economic analysis of e-waste market pp. 815-837 Downloads
Prudence Dato
The World Heritage Convention and Tasmania’s tall-eucalypt forests: can an international treaty on environmental protection transcend the vicissitudes of domestic politics? pp. 839-854 Downloads
Geoff Law and Lorne Kriwoken
The climate rent curse: new challenges for burden sharing pp. 855-882 Downloads
Ulrike Kornek, Jan Christoph Steckel, Kai Lessmann and Ottmar Edenhofer
Restricted linking of emissions trading systems: options, benefits, and challenges pp. 883-898 Downloads
Lambert Schneider, Michael Lazarus, Carrie Lee and Harro van Asselt
Regional clustering of chemicals and waste multilateral environmental agreements to improve enforcement pp. 899-919 Downloads
Ning Liu and Carl Middleton

Volume 17, issue 5, 2017

The implementation of the Nagoya ABS Protocol for the research sector: experience and challenges pp. 607-621 Downloads
Gurdial Singh Nijar, Sélim Louafi and Eric W. Welch
A historical institutionalist view on merging LULUCF and REDD+ in a post-2020 climate agreement pp. 623-638 Downloads
Till Pistorius, Sabine Reinecke and Astrid Carrapatoso
Transaction costs in the evolution of transnational polycentric governance pp. 639-654 Downloads
Caleb Gallemore
Governing by targets: reductio ad unum and evolution of the two-degree climate target pp. 655-676 Downloads
Piero Morseletto, Frank Biermann and Philipp Pattberg
Diplomatic water cooperation: the case of Sino-India dispute over Brahmaputra pp. 677-694 Downloads
Lei Xie and Shaofeng Jia
Legitimacy in REDD+ governance in Indonesia pp. 695-708 Downloads
Adelaide Glover and Heike Schroeder
Nash bargaining solutions for international climate agreements under different sets of bargaining weights pp. 709-729 Downloads
S. Yu, E. C. Ierland, Hans-Peter Weikard and X. Zhu
International Environmental Agreements for biodiversity conservation: a game-theoretic analysis pp. 731-754 Downloads
Irene Alvarado-Quesada and Hans-Peter Weikard

Volume 17, issue 4, 2017

The European Union as a global climate leader: confronting aspiration with evidence pp. 445-461 Downloads
Charles F. Parker and Christer Karlsson
Exploring the agency of Africa in climate change negotiations: the case of REDD+ pp. 463-482 Downloads
Joanes Odiwuor Atela, Claire Hellen Quinn, Albert A. Arhin, Lalisa Duguma and Kennedy Liti Mbeva
Governing by expertise: the contested politics of (accounting for) land-based mitigation in a new climate agreement pp. 483-500 Downloads
Kate Dooley and Aarti Gupta
State power and diffusion processes in the ratification of global environmental treaties, 1981–2008 pp. 501-529 Downloads
Yoshiki Yamagata, Jue Yang and Joseph Galaskiewicz
Informed consent utilizing satellite imagery in forestry carbon trading with North Korea pp. 531-552 Downloads
Dan-Bi Um and Jung-Sup Um
Small and smart: the role of Switzerland in the Cartagena and Nagoya protocols negotiations pp. 553-571 Downloads
Tobias Schulz, Marc Hufty and Maurice Tschopp
Blocking change: facing the drag of status quo fisheries institutions pp. 573-588 Downloads
Mark Axelrod
The Sustainable Development Goals and REDD+: assessing institutional interactions and the pursuit of synergies pp. 589-606 Downloads
Mairon G. Bastos Lima, Gabrielle Kissinger, Ingrid J. Visseren-Hamakers, Josefina Braña-Varela and Aarti Gupta

Volume 17, issue 3, 2017

Introduction to the special issue: energy subsidies at the intersection of climate, energy, and trade governance pp. 313-326 Downloads
Thijs Van de Graaf and Harro van Asselt
Removing fuel subsidies: How can international organizations support national policy reforms? pp. 327-340 Downloads
Joel E. Smith and Johannes Urpelainen
The devil lies in the definition: competing approaches to fossil fuel subsidies at the IMF and the OECD pp. 341-353 Downloads
Jakob Skovgaard
Erratum to: The devil lies in the definition: competing approaches to fossil fuel subsidies at the IMF and the OECD pp. 355-355 Downloads
Jakob Skovgaard
Seizing the opportunity: tackling fossil fuel subsidies under the UNFCCC pp. 357-370 Downloads
Harro van Asselt and Kati Kulovesi
Energy transitions and trade law: lessons from the reform of fisheries subsidies pp. 371-390 Downloads
Margaret A. Young
Explaining energy disputes at the World Trade Organization pp. 391-410 Downloads
Timothy Meyer
No iceberg in sight: on the absence of WTO disputes challenging fossil fuel subsidies pp. 411-425 Downloads
Dirk Bièvre, Ilaria Espa and Arlo Poletti
Market definition as value reconciliation: the case of renewable energy promotion under the WTO Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures pp. 427-443 Downloads
Harri Kalimo, Filip Sedefov and Max S. Jansson

Volume 17, issue 2, 2017

Cities to the rescue? Assessing the performance of transnational municipal networks in global climate governance pp. 229-246 Downloads
Jennifer S. Bansard, Philipp H. Pattberg and Oscar Widerberg
The growing influence of the UNFCCC Secretariat on the clean development mechanism pp. 247-269 Downloads
Katharina Michaelowa and Axel Michaelowa
Transboundary water interaction III: contest and compliance pp. 271-294 Downloads
Mark Zeitoun, Ana Elisa Cascão, Jeroen Warner, Naho Mirumachi, Nathanial Matthews, Filippo Menga and Rebecca Farnum
The influential role of consensual knowledge in international environmental agreements: negotiating the implementing measures of the Mediterranean Land-Based Sources Protocol (1980) pp. 295-311 Downloads
Alexandros Kailis

Volume 17, issue 1, 2017

Special issue: managing fragmentation and complexity in the emerging system of international climate finance pp. 1-16 Downloads
Jonathan Pickering, Carola Betzold and Jakob Skovgaard
Allocation of aid for adaptation to climate change: Do vulnerable countries receive more support? pp. 17-36 Downloads
Carola Betzold and Florian Weiler
What is adaptation to climate change? Epistemic ambiguity in the climate finance system pp. 37-53 Downloads
Nina Hall
Mobilising private adaptation finance: developed country perspectives pp. 55-71 Downloads
W. Pieter Pauw
Multilateral development banking in a fragmented climate system: shifting priorities in energy finance at the Asian Development Bank pp. 73-88 Downloads
Laurence Delina
Limiting costs or correcting market failures? Finance ministries and frame alignment in UN climate finance negotiations pp. 89-106 Downloads
Jakob Skovgaard
What drives national support for multilateral climate finance? International and domestic influences on Australia’s shifting stance pp. 107-125 Downloads
Jonathan Pickering and Paul Mitchell
Erratum to: What drives national support for multilateral climate finance? International and domestic influences on Australia’s shifting stance pp. 127-127 Downloads
Jonathan Pickering and Paul Mitchell
Postface: fragmentation, failing trust and enduring tensions over what counts as climate finance pp. 129-137 Downloads
J. Timmons Roberts and Romain Weikmans
J Barry: The politics of actually existing unsustainability: human flourishing in a climate changed, carbon-constrained world pp. 139-141 Downloads
Susan Conlon
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