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This incisive Research Handbook addresses the growing recognition within the international law community that natural resource governance and environmental protection are crucial aspects of peace processes, both as a security imperative and as an opportunity for peacebuilding. Examining the impact of international normative and institutional frameworks on environmental peacebuilding, this Research Handbook features contributions from distinguished experts and global case studies on integrated legal approaches to the governance of natural resources.
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It is free to read, download and share on Elgaronline.com. Through detailed and
wide-ranging analysis, the Handbook on European Union Climate Change Policy and
Politics provides a critical assessment of current and emerging challenges facing
the EU in committing to and delivering increasingly ambitious climate policy
objectives. Highlighting the importance of topics such as finance and investment,
litigation, ‘hard to abate’ sectors and negative emissions, it offers an up-to-date
exploration of the complexities of climate politics and policy making.
The Handbook of Sociological Science offers a refreshing, integrated perspective on
research programs and ongoing developments in sociological science. It highlights key
shared theoretical and methodological features, thereby contributing to progress and
cumulative growth of sociological knowledge.
This exciting and innovative Handbook provides readers with a comprehensive and globally relevant overview of the instruments, actors and design features of social protection systems, as well as their application and impacts in practice. It is the first book that centres around system building globally, a theme that has gained political importance yet has received relatively little attention in academia.
Exploring how family life has radically changed in recent decades, this comprehensive Research Handbook tracks the latest developments and trends in scholarly work on the family. With a particular focus on the European context, it addresses current debates and offers insights into key topics including: the division of housework, family forms and living arrangements, intergenerational relationships, partner choice, divorce and fertility behaviour.
The world has witnessed extraordinary economic growth, poverty reduction and increased life expectancy and population since the end of WWII, but it has occurred at the expense of undermining life support systems on Earth and subjecting future generations to the real risk of destabilising the planet. This timely book exposes and explores this colossal environmental cost and the dangerous position the world is now in. Standing up for a Sustainable World is written by and about key individuals who have not only understood the threats to our planet, but also become witness to them and confronted them.