Law and Regulation for the 21st Century
Chapter 6: In search of (global) governance
Chapter 1 showed that environmental governance has found its way into and across multiple disciplines and has now become a popular topic in political, legal, policy, and regulatory domains. Chapter 2 explained the phenomenon of globalization, which it argued is both the context for and the instigator of contemporary concepts of governance and global governance. The latter two issues were extensively canvassed in Chapters 3 and 4 respectively. The focus of this chapter is on the multi-dimensional aspects of environmental governance as it manifests generically and in the global context.
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