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International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics

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2020, volume 20, issue 1

Celebrating INEA’s authors and editors pp. 1-4 Downloads
Joyeeta Gupta
Why is it hard to solve environmental problems? The perils of institutional reductionism and institutional overload pp. 5-19 Downloads
Oran R. Young and Olav Schram Stokke
Understanding the limitations of current RFMO climate change adaptation strategies: the case of the IATTC and the Eastern Pacific Ocean pp. 21-39 Downloads
Brian Pentz and Nicole Klenk
Past and future of burden sharing in the climate regime: positions and ambition from a top-down to a bottom-up governance system pp. 41-60 Downloads
Paula Castro
Structural conditions for novelty: the introduction of new environmental clauses to the trade regime complex pp. 61-83 Downloads
James Hollway, Jean-Frédéric Morin and Joost Pauwelyn
How the game changer was generated? An analysis on the legal rules and development of China’s green bond market pp. 85-102 Downloads
Tao Huang and Qingyue Yue
Hydropolitics and issue-linkage along the Orontes River Basin: an analysis of the Lebanon–Syria and Syria–Turkey hydropolitical relations pp. 103-121 Downloads
Ahmet Conker and Hussam Hussein
Asymmetric barriers in atmospheric politics of transboundary air pollution: a case of particulate matter (PM) cooperation between China and South Korea pp. 123-140 Downloads
Taedong Lee and Wooyeal Paik
Policy adoption, legislative developments, and implementation: the resulting global differences among countries in the management of biological resources pp. 141-159 Downloads
George Atisa
The contribution of the right to information laws in Europe to local government transparency on sustainability pp. 161-178 Downloads
Francisco J. Alcaraz-Quiles, Andrés Navarro-Galera and David Ortiz-Rodríguez
The doctrine of liability fixation of state responsibility in the convention on transboundary pollution damage pp. 179-195 Downloads
Xuyu Hu

2019, volume 19, issue 6

Farewell editorial pp. 531-532 Downloads
Courtney Vegelin
Negotiating environmental protection in trade agreements: A regime shift or a tactical linkage? pp. 533-556 Downloads
Noémie Laurens and Jean-Frédéric Morin
An economic analysis of international environmental rights pp. 557-575 Downloads
Jesse L. Reynolds
Do unilateral trade measures really catalyze multilateral environmental agreements? pp. 577-593 Downloads
Juan He
Governing complexity: How can the interplay of multilateral environmental agreements be harnessed for effective international market-based climate policy instruments? pp. 595-613 Downloads
Stephan Hoch, Axel Michaelowa, Aglaja Espelage and Anne-Kathrin Weber
Identity and equal treatment in negative externality agreements pp. 615-630 Downloads
Anna Klis
Inducing state compliance with international fisheries law: lessons from two case studies concerning the Republic of Korea’s IUU fishing pp. 631-645 Downloads
Hyun Jung Kim
Correction to: Effects of funding mechanisms on participation in multilateral environmental agreements pp. 647-650 Downloads
Steffen Mohrenberg, Vally Koubi and Thomas Bernauer

2019, volume 19, issue 4

Special issue: Exploring global and transnational governance of climate change adaptation pp. 357-367 Downloads
Åsa Persson and Adis Dzebo
Governing borderless climate risks: moving beyond the territorial framing of adaptation pp. 369-393 Downloads
Magnus Benzie and Åsa Persson
Strategic cooperation for transnational adaptation: lessons from the economics of climate change mitigation pp. 395-410 Downloads
Matteo Roggero, Leonhard Kähler and Achim Hagen
Building a regional adaptation strategy for Amazon countries pp. 411-427 Downloads
Maria Antonia Tigre
Does orchestration in the Global Climate Action Agenda effectively prioritize and mobilize transnational climate adaptation action? pp. 429-446 Downloads
Sander Chan and Wanja Amling
Effective governance of transnational adaptation initiatives pp. 447-466 Downloads
Adis Dzebo
Transnational municipal networks: Harbingers of innovation for global adaptation governance? pp. 467-483 Downloads
Marielle Papin
An institutional framework for addressing marine genetic resources under the proposed treaty for marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction pp. 485-495 Downloads
Dire Tladi
Market-based mechanism and ‘climate justice’: reframing the debate for a way forward pp. 497-513 Downloads
Manish Kumar Shrivastava and Saradindu Bhaduri
Knowledge-based management of protected areas and hydropower: the case of Norway pp. 515-530 Downloads
Kristin Rosendal, Jon Birger Skjærseth and Steinar Andresen

2019, volume 19, issue 3

Incorporating international biodiversity law principles and rights perspective into the European Union Timber Regulation pp. 255-272 Downloads
Claudia Ituarte-Lima, Amelie Dupraz-Ardiot and Constance L. McDermott
Climate change and developing countries: from background actors to protagonists of climate negotiations pp. 273-295 Downloads
Giorgia Sforna
Accountability mechanisms in international climate change financing pp. 297-313 Downloads
Rishi Basak and Edwin van der Werf
Rethinking public and private policies in Europe with the support of a industrial sustainability index pp. 315-339 Downloads
Roberta Arbolino and Luisa De Simone
A national system of biological monitoring in the Russian Arctic as a tool for the implementation of the Stockholm Convention pp. 341-355 Downloads
Tatiana Yu Sorokina

2019, volume 19, issue 2

What does UN environment’s GEO-6 mean for INEA? pp. 145-150 Downloads
Joyeeta Gupta
Rich man’s solution? Climate engineering discourses and the marginalization of the Global South pp. 151-167 Downloads
Frank Biermann and Ina Möller
Institutional diffusion for the Minamata Convention on Mercury pp. 169-185 Downloads
Azusa Uji
Mapping the fragmentation of the international forest regime complex: institutional elements, conflicts and synergies pp. 187-205 Downloads
Carmen Rodríguez Fernández-Blanco, Sarah L. Burns and Lukas Giessen
The role of national problems in European air quality regulation: the process of amplification pp. 207-224 Downloads
Tobias Arnoldussen
Sustainability labelling as a tool for reporting the sustainable development impacts of climate actions relevant to Article 6 of the Paris Agreement pp. 225-251 Downloads
Karen Holm Olsen, Fatemeh Bakhtiari, Virender Kumar Duggal and Jørge Villy Fenhann

2019, volume 19, issue 1

Effects of funding mechanisms on participation in multilateral environmental agreements pp. 1-18 Downloads
Steffen Mohrenberg, Vally Koubi and Thomas Bernauer
Regional economic regimes and the environment: stronger institutional design is weakening environmental policy capacity of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation pp. 19-52 Downloads
Pradip Kumar Sarker, Md Saifur Rahman and Lukas Giessen
Governing transboundary commons in Africa: the emergence and challenges of the Kavango–Zambezi Treaty pp. 53-68 Downloads
Amanda Linell, Martin Sjöstedt and Aksel Sundström
Explaining European Union effectiveness (goal achievement) in the Convention on Biological Diversity: the importance of diplomatic engagement pp. 69-87 Downloads
Lisanne Groen
The global stocktake: design lessons for a new review and ambition mechanism in the international climate regime pp. 89-106 Downloads
Manjana Milkoreit and Kate Haapala
Can intellectual property rights within climate technology transfer work for the UNFCCC and the Paris Agreement? pp. 107-122 Downloads
Chen Zhou
Brazil and the Paris Agreement: REDD+ as an instrument of Brazil’s Nationally Determined Contribution compliance pp. 123-144 Downloads
P. Gallo and E. Albrecht

2018, volume 18, issue 6

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

2018, volume 18, issue 5

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

2018, volume 18, issue 4

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

2018, volume 18, issue 3

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

2018, volume 18, issue 2

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

2018, volume 18, issue 1

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
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