National Governance and the Global Climate Change Regime

National Governance and the Global Climate Change Regime

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This book follows the groundbreaking Kyoto Protocol from the time of its drafting in 1997 to analyze its viability as an environmental treaty. Dana R. Fisher uses a valuable combination of substantive interview data and country case studies to understand the complexity of the domestic and international debates taking place around the Protocol. With its unique blend of quantitative and qualitative data, this study presents compelling evidence that domestic interests are crucial in the formation of international environmental policymaking.Global Environmental Change: Understanding the Human Dimensions. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1992. New Hope Environmental Services. State of the Climate Report: Essays on Global Climate Change. Arlington, Va.

Title:National Governance and the Global Climate Change Regime
Author: Dana Fisher
Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield - 2004-01-01

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