A Substantive Environmental Right: An Examination of the Legal… (S. Turner)

Author Stephen Turner Keywords Global awareness, environmental degradation, environmental obligations, environmental rights, human right, clean and healthy environment, Environmental Rights, National, International, State Actor, Companies, Multinational Enterprises, Multilateral Development Banks, WTO Abstract Acute global awareness of environmental degradation seems at last to have created a consensus that environmental obligations should be imposed on decision-makers, whether […]

Rethinking Macroeconomics for Sustainability (A. Nadal)

Author Alejandro Nadal Keywords Macroeconomics, Environment, Policy Connection, Climate Change, Green Economy Initiative, Latin American Focus, Sustainability, Reform Abstract Macroeconomic policies have devastating effects on the environment. They shape the economic processes that drive deforestation, soil erosion, the exhaustion of living marine resources, greenhouse gas emissions, and the massive loss of biodiversity. Despite this, the […]

The Scope of Action for Local Climate Policy: The Case of Norway (C. Aall, K. Groven & G. Lindseth)

Author(s) Carlo Aall, Kyrre Groven and Gard Lindseth Keywords Global environmental governance, local, national, global, government, local climate policy planning, Norway, local responsibility Abstract One of the key features of the post-Rio era has been how global environmental governance is mediated between local, national and global levels of government. In this article, we draw on […]