Globalisation and National Environmental Policy: Update and Overview
SUMMARY After outlining recent developments and the scope, target audience, and structure of the book, we review the literature on globalisation and environmental policy, especially the impact of globalisation on the environment and changes in environmental governance in relation to increasingly global spheres of influence. This is followed by a succinct representation of the essential points of all contributions to this volume. While each chapter has its own distinct focus and perspective, we identify common themes in major outcomes and future directions: the delicate and multifaceted relation between economic globalisation and environmental protection, shifts in domestic environmental issues, evolving governance mechanisms, dealing with changed sovereignty, the promotion of self-enforcing mechanisms, prospects for existing and new policy instruments, and finding a new balance between globalisation and national environmental policy.
|Note||Accepted Manuscript, published in: Frank Wijen, Kees Zoeteman, Jan Pieters, and Paul van Seters (eds), A Handbook of Globalisation and Environmental Policy: Second Edition, 2012, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, p. 3-33|
Wijen, F.H., Zoeteman, K., Pieters, J., & Seters, P.. (2012). Globalisation and National Environmental Policy: Update and Overview. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/31149