This book questionsthe practices in the policy processes of international institutions. It looks at the formal and informal practices that are routinely undertaken as part of the structure of international policy processes, and analyses how people behave and with what outcome for international environmental governance.
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan UK|
|Product dimensions:||5.70(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Sheila Aggarwal-Khan has been working on environmental management issues over the past twenty years in the areas of strategic planning, programme and project development, implementation and monitoring. Most recently she managed the Quality Assurance Section at the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), having served previously as a Senior Advisor in UNEP s Strategic Implementation Team, instrumental in the reform of the organization. She also has worked for the Global Environment Facility, a partnership between the Bretton Woods Institution and the United Nations and prior to that, she worked for the State of Florida, Department of Environmental Regulation, international and local environmental NGOs and research institutions. Dr. Aggarwal-Khan holds a PhD in the social sciences.
Table of ContentsChallenging Reforms to International Environmental Governance Policy Processes that Shape International Environmental Governance Construction of Global Environmental Issues and Policy Instruments Policy: Assumptions, Controversies and Directions Compliance with Policy Policy Effectiveness Building Better Outcomes for International Environmental Governance