Climate Change and Global Policy Regimes: Towards Institutional Legitimacy - Cadman, Timothy
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An analysis of the global climate talks and the key human systems threatened by increased greenhouse gas emissions including health, refugee management, energy production, carbon markets and local government.

Produktbeschreibung
An analysis of the global climate talks and the key human systems threatened by increased greenhouse gas emissions including health, refugee management, energy production, carbon markets and local government.
Autorenporträt
Andrea C. Berringer, independent researcherTimothy Cadman, Griffith University, AustraliaJulie Cotter, University of Southern Queensland, AustraliaGeoff Cockfield, University of Southern Queensland, AustraliaLauren Eastwood, State University of New York, USAFred Gale, University of Tasmania, AustraliaGuilherme Gonçalves Limpgas Tecnologia, BrazilJeff Gow, University of Southern Queensland, AustraliaRichard Hil, University of Sydney, AustraliaGuilherme B. R. Lambais, independent researcherTek Maraseni, University of Southern Queensland, AustraliaJamie Pittock, Australian National University, AustraliaNick Rose, Griffith University, AustraliaChris Taylor, University of Melbourne, AustraliaHeather Zeppel, University of Southern Queensland, Australia ?
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction: Global Governance and Climate Change; Timothy Cadman 1. The Discourses of Climate Change; Chris Taylor 2. A Cooling Climate for Negotiations: Intergovernmentalism and Its Limits ; Fred Gale 3. Gender and Climate Change: Stakeholder Participation and Conceptual Currency in the Climate Negotiations Regime; Lauren E. Eastwood 4. Governing Adaptation Policies and Programmes; Geoff Cockfield 5. Applying an Empirical Evaluation to the Governance Legitimacy of Carbon-offset Mechanisms on the Basis of Stakeholder Perceptions; Timothy Cadman 6. Evaluating the Clean Development Mechanism; Tek Narayan Maraseni 7. Stakeholders in Climate Policy Instruments: What Role for Financial Institutions?; Matthew Haigh 8. Challenges for Global Health Governance in Responding to the Impacts of Climate Change on Human Health; Jeff Gow 9. Climate Change and Sustainable Water Management; Jamie Pittock 10. Food Security, Food Sovereignty, and Global Governance Regimes in the Context of Climate Change and Food Availability; Nick Rose 11. Innovation and Global to Local Energy Governance; Guilherme B. R. Lambais & Guilherme Gonçalves 12. Climate Change, Population Movements and Governance: Case Studies in Response Mechanisms; Richard Hil 13. Migration and climate change: global governance regimes and the incorporation of climate change Displacement; Andrea C. Berringer 14. The ICLEI Cities for Climate Protection Program: Local Government Networks in Urban Climate Governance; Heather Zeppel 15. The Influence of Non-State Actors on Corporate Climate Change Disclosure; Julie Cotter Conclusion; All Contributors
Rezensionen
'Cadman's framework for evaluating the legitimacy of multilateral environmental agreements is one of the best I have seen; it is elegant and sophisticated without being overwhelmingly intricate. He should be commended for this latest effort.' Peter J. Stoett, Concordia University, Canada