Creeping institutionalization: multilateral environmental agreements & human security

Desai, Bharat H. (2006). Creeping institutionalization: multilateral environmental agreements & human security. UNU-EHS InterSecTions. UNU- EHS.

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    Author Desai, Bharat H.
    Title Creeping institutionalization: multilateral environmental agreements & human security
    Series Title UNU-EHS InterSecTions
    Volume/Issue No. 4
    Publication Date 2006
    Place of Publication Bonn
    Publisher UNU- EHS
    Language eng
    Abstract

    gives an excellent and thought provoking account of creeping institutionalization of the global environmental governance. His “story” is not only proving that environment is as much a legal as a security issue. It goes well beyond the fields of his legal expertise as he analyses the creeping institutionalization from the point of view of psychology of the state actors. The reader can follow page by page how the growing environmental awareness is being translated into multilateral actions, treaties including the “thickening web” of Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) and the “softness of hard law”.

    Keyword Global environmental governance
    Enrionmental sustainability
    Multilateral environmental agreements
    Copyright Holder UNU-EHS
    Copyright Year 2006
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISSN 1814-6430
    ISBN 3981058283
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