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International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics

2001 - 2022

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2022, volume 22, articles 3

Consensus decision-making in CCAMLR: Achilles’ heel or fundamental to its success? pp. 411-437 Downloads
Lynda Goldsworthy
An adaptation-mitigation game: does adaptation promote participation in international environmental agreements? pp. 439-479 Downloads
Miguel Borrero and Santiago J. Rubio
Cultivated ties and strategic communication: do international environmental secretariats tailor information to increase their bureaucratic reputation? pp. 481-506 Downloads
Linda Mederake, Barbara Saerbeck, Alexandra Goritz, Helge Jörgens, Mareike Well and Nina Kolleck
Environmental-agreement design and political ideology in democracies pp. 507-525 Downloads
Tobias Böhmelt
Evaluation of the UNFCCC Technology Mechanism’s contribution to an international climate policy framework pp. 527-542 Downloads
Chaewoon Oh
eThekwini’s green and ecological infrastructure policy landscape: research paradigms, theories and epistocrats pp. 543-560 Downloads
Richard Meissner
Population growth, family planning and the Paris Agreement: an assessment of the nationally determined contributions (NDCs) pp. 561-576 Downloads
Jenna Dodson, Patricia Dérer, Philip Cafaro and Frank Götmark
CHANS-Law: preventing the next pandemic through the integration of social and environmental law pp. 577-597 Downloads
Kirsten Davies, Michelle Lim, Tianbao Qin and Philip Riordan
Carbon emission, solid waste management, and electricity generation: a legal and empirical perspective for renewable energy in Nigeria pp. 599-619 Downloads
Olusola Joshua Olujobi, Daniel E. Ufua, Uchechukwu Emena Okorie and Mercy E. Ogbari
International legal aspects of countering environmental terrorism in the context of modern trends in radical environmentalism pp. 621-636 Downloads
Gulnara Balgimbekova, Roza Zhamiyeva, Abzal Serikbayev, Bulatbek Shnarbayev and Amanbek Mashabayev
Retraction Note to: Economic and legal regulation of the use and development of renewable energy sources pp. 637-637 Downloads
Ali Sabyrzhan, Gulnara Balgimbekova and Viktor Shestak

2022, volume 22, articles 2

Lessons learnt from international environmental agreements for the Stockholm + 50 Conference: celebrating 20 Years of INEA pp. 229-244 Downloads
Joyeeta Gupta, Courtney Vegelin and Nicky Pouw
The politics of multilateral environmental agreements lessons from 20 years of INEA pp. 245-262 Downloads
Agni Kalfagianni and Oran R. Young
Lessons learnt from two decades of international environmental agreements: law pp. 263-278 Downloads
Peter H. Sand and Jeffrey McGee
Economic analysis of international environmental agreements: lessons learnt 2000–2020 pp. 279-294 Downloads
Nicky R. M. Pouw, Hans-Peter Weikard and Richard B. Howarth
20 Years of global climate change governance research: taking stock and moving forward pp. 295-315 Downloads
Philipp Pattberg, Cille Kaiser, Oscar Widerberg and Johannes Stripple
Reflecting on twenty years of international agreements concerning water governance: insights and key learning pp. 317-332 Downloads
Naho Mirumachi and Margot Hurlbert
Lessons learnt in global biodiversity governance pp. 333-352 Downloads
Matilda Petersson and Peter Stoett
Agency dynamics of International Environmental Agreements: actors, contexts, and drivers pp. 353-372 Downloads
Sylvia Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, Katharina Rietig and Michelle Scobie
Institutional interplay in global environmental governance: lessons learned and future research pp. 373-391 Downloads
Joshua Philipp Elsässer, Thomas Hickmann, Sikina Jinnah, Sebastian Oberthür and Thijs Graaf
Equity, justice and the SDGs: lessons learnt from two decades of INEA scholarship pp. 393-409 Downloads
Joyeeta Gupta, Aarti Gupta and Courtney Vegelin

2022, volume 22, articles 1

Understanding international non-state and subnational actors for biodiversity and their possible contributions to the post-2020 CBD global biodiversity framework: insights from six international cooperative initiatives pp. 1-25 Downloads
Marcel T. J. Kok and Kathrin Ludwig
The democratisation of European nature governance 1992–2015: introducing the comparative nature governance index pp. 27-48 Downloads
Suzanne Kingston, Zizhen Wang, Edwin Alblas, Micheál Callaghan, Julie Foulon, Valesca Lima and Geraldine Murphy
Australia’s interaction with Asian countries in the negotiation for an international agreement for the marine biodiversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction pp. 49-65 Downloads
Sandya Nishanthi Gunasekara and Md Saiful Karim
From the circular economy to the sustainable development goals in the European Union: an empirical comparison pp. 67-95 Downloads
José Miguel Rodríguez-Antón, Luis Rubio-Andrada, María Soledad Celemín-Pedroche and Soraya María Ruíz-Peñalver
Domestic and international climate policies: complementarity or disparity? pp. 97-118 Downloads
Lauri Peterson
Development of corporate investment funds as a tool to achieve the goals of international treaties in the field of climate change pp. 119-138 Downloads
Maira Bauer, Mariya Bulatenko and Natalia Shimshirt
Environmental agreement under the non-interference principle: the case of ASEAN agreement on transboundary haze pollution pp. 139-155 Downloads
Fikri Muhammad
International legal instruments for stimulating green building and construction business: Russian case study pp. 157-175 Downloads
Zhi-Jiang Liu, Vera Snezhko and Anastasia Kurilova
Problems of the effectiveness of the implementation of international agreements in the field of waste management: the study of the experience of Kazakhstan in the context of the applicability of European legal practices pp. 177-199 Downloads
Roza Zhamiyeva, Gulmira Sultanbekova, Gulnara Balgimbekova, Kuat Mussin, Maral Abzalbekova and Murat Kozhanov
Protection of prior and late developers of transboundary water resources in international treaty practices: a review of 416 international water agreements pp. 201-228 Downloads
Yue Zhao, Xuefei Xiong, Sicheng Wu and Kaixaing Zhang

2021, volume 21, articles 4

Evolving together: transboundary water governance in the Colorado River Basin pp. 553-574 Downloads
Mariana Rivera-Torres and Andrea K. Gerlak
Modelling and analysing the relationship between innovation and the European Regulations on hazardous waste shipments pp. 575-594 Downloads
M. Pilar Latorre, Margarita Martinez-Nuñez and Carmen Callao
RETRACTED ARTICLE: Economic and legal regulation of the use and development of renewable energy sources pp. 595-610 Downloads
Ali Sabyrzhan, Gulnara Balgimbekova and Viktor Shestak
Environmental education and awareness: the present and future key to the sustainable management of Ramsar convention sites in Kenya pp. 611-630 Downloads
Parita Shah and George Atisa
Assigning a grass-root NGO role to legitimate organizations as resident watch-dogs in negotiating carbon benefits derived from multilateral funding pp. 631-646 Downloads
Dan-Bi Um
International nuclear energy legal regulation: comparing the experience of the EU and the CIS countries pp. 647-667 Downloads
Aigul Nukusheva, Guldana Karzhassova, Dinara Rustembekova, Tatyana Au and Kulbagila Baikenzhina
Ideology and non-state climate action: partnering and design of REDD+ projects pp. 669-690 Downloads
Benjamin M. Abraham
Correction to: Ideology and non‑state climate action: partnering and design of REDD+ projects pp. 691-692 Downloads
Benjamin M. Abraham
China's policy and finding ways to prevent collapse in WEEE processing in the context of the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal pp. 693-710 Downloads
Qinrun Zhang
Evaluating EU responsiveness to the evolution of the international regime complex on climate change pp. 711-728 Downloads
Joseph Earsom and Tom Delreux
Philosophies of Polar Law, Edited by Dawid Bunikowski and Alan D. Hemmings (Routledge Research in Polar Law) 2021 – Book Review by Joseph DiMento pp. 729-733 Downloads
Joseph DiMento
Thijs Van de Graaf and Benjamin K. Sovacool: Global Energy Politics pp. 735-738 Downloads
Hugo Faber

2021, volume 21, articles 3

The evolution and challenges in China’s implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity: a new analytical framework pp. 347-365 Downloads
Tianbao Qin
Prospects of legal regulation in the field of electronic waste management in the context of a circular economy pp. 367-388 Downloads
Gulzhazira Ilyassova, Aigul Nukusheva, Leila Arenova, Guldana Karzhassova and Marzhangul Akimzhanova
Correction to: Prospects of legal regulation in the field of electronic waste management in the context of a circular economy pp. 389-389 Downloads
Gulzhazira Ilyassova, Aigul Nukusheva, Leila Arenova, Guldana Karzhassova and Marzhangul Akimzhanova
From ‘mad cow’ crisis to synthetic biology: challenges to EU regulation of GMOs beyond the European context pp. 391-404 Downloads
Artem Anyshchenko and Jennifer Yarnold
National political pressure groups and the stability of international environmental agreements pp. 405-425 Downloads
Achim Hagen, Juan-Carlos Altamirano-Cabrera and Hans-Peter Weikard
Examining host-State counterclaims for environmental damage in investor-State dispute settlement from human rights and transnational public policy perspectives pp. 427-444 Downloads
Ted Gleason
Impact assessment of a mandatory operational goal-based short-term measure to reduce GHG emissions from ships: the LDC/SIDS case study pp. 445-467 Downloads
Harilaos N. Psaraftis and Thalis Zis
Response of the Arab world to climate change challenges and the Paris agreement pp. 469-491 Downloads
Salpie S. Djoundourian
A new two-nested-game approach: linking micro- and macro-scales in international environmental agreements pp. 493-516 Downloads
Tiziano Distefano and Simone D’Alessandro
Cost of groundwater protection: major groundwater basin protection zones in Poland pp. 517-530 Downloads
Ewa Krogulec, Jacek Gurwin and Mirosław Wąsik
John Rawls and compliance to climate change agreements: insights from a laboratory experiment pp. 531-551 Downloads
Klaudijo Klaser, Lorenzo Sacconi and Marco Faillo

2021, volume 21, articles 2

The risk of carbon leakage in global climate agreements pp. 147-163 Downloads
Tobias Nielsen, Nicolai Baumert, Astrid Kander, Magnus Jiborn and Viktoras Kulionis
European fuel economy policy for new passenger cars: a historical comparative analysis of discourses and change factors pp. 165-181 Downloads
Takahiro Oki
Green building in China pp. 183-199 Downloads
Yayun Shen and Michael Faure
Beyond delegation size: developing country negotiating capacity and NGO ‘support’ in international climate negotiations pp. 201-217 Downloads
Nicholas Chan
Global warming problem faced by the international community: international legal aspect pp. 219-233 Downloads
Aigul Nukusheva, Gulzhazira Ilyassova, Dinara Rustembekova, Roza Zhamiyeva and Leila Arenova
Reciprocity in practice: the hydropolitics of equitable and reasonable utilization in the Lancang-Mekong basin pp. 235-253 Downloads
Carl Middleton and David J. Devlaeminck
Assessment framework of actor strategies in international river basin management, the case of Deltarhine pp. 255-283 Downloads
Tobias Renner, Sander Meijerink, Pieter Zaag and Toine Smits
Hybrid transnational advocacy networks in environmental protection: banning the use of cyanide in European gold mining pp. 285-303 Downloads
Alexandra-Maria Bocse
The effectiveness of the Bern Convention on wildlife legislation and judicial decisions in Turkey pp. 305-321 Downloads
Osman Devrim Elvan, Üstüner Birben and Hasan Emre Ünal
Does capacity increase compliance? Examining evidence from European cooperation against air pollution pp. 323-345 Downloads
Andreas Kokkvoll Tveit

2021, volume 21, articles 1

Achieving the ambitious targets of the Paris Agreement: the role of key actors pp. 1-7 Downloads
S. Andresen, G. Bang, J. B. Skjærseth and A. Underdal
China’s climate and energy policy: at a turning point? pp. 9-23 Downloads
Gørild M. Heggelund
Towards a European Green Deal: The evolution of EU climate and energy policy mixes pp. 25-41 Downloads
Jon Birger Skjærseth
The United States: conditions for accelerating decarbonisation in a politically divided country pp. 43-58 Downloads
Guri Bang
The Paris agreement and key actors’ domestic climate policy mixes: comparative patterns pp. 59-73 Downloads
Jon Birger Skjærseth, Steinar Andresen, Guri Bang and Gørild M. Heggelund
Principle of reasonable and legitimate expectations in international law as a premise for investments in the energy sector pp. 75-91 Downloads
Michał Krzykowski, Michał Mariański and Jakub Zięty
Determinants of successful delivery by non-state actors: an exploratory study pp. 93-111 Downloads
Daniel Puig and Fatemeh Bakhtiari
The effectiveness of soft law in international environmental regimes: participation and compliance in the Hyogo Framework for Action pp. 113-132 Downloads
Maximilian S. T. Wanner
Explicit targets and cooperation: regional fisheries management organizations and the sustainable development goals pp. 133-145 Downloads
Bianca Haas, Marcus Haward, Jeffrey McGee and Aysha Fleming
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