International Environmental Policy: From the Twentieth to the Twenty-first Century
In this newly revised and expanded edition of the award-winning International Environmental Policy, Lynton Keith Caldwell updates his comprehensive survey of the global international movement for protection of the environment. Serving as a history of international cooperation on environmental issues, this book focuses primarily on the development of international agreements and institutional arrangements—both governmental and nongovernmental—along with the impact of science, technology, trade, and communication on environmental policy. With implications for multinational commerce, population policy, agriculture, energy issues, biological and cultural diversity, transnational equity, ideology, and education, this book takes a broad view of the policy outcomes of what may be the most important social movement of the 20th century, and addresses the events and politics that have significantly affected the movement over the last twenty years and will continue to affect it into the next century.
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Growth of International Concern
The Road to Stockholm
The Stockholm Conference
Rio de Janeiro and Agenda 21
International Structures for Environmental Policy
Transnational Regimes and Regional Agreements
Air Sea Outer Space
Population Resources Development
Strategies for Global Environmental Protection
Into the TwentyFirst Century
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