Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Governance and Politics
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Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Governance and Politics

Edited by Philipp H. Pattberg and Fariborz Zelli

Providing its readers with a unique point of reference, as well as stimulus for further research, the Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Governance and Politics is an indispensable tool for anyone interested in the governance and politics of the environment, particularly students, researchers and practitioners. This comprehensive reference work, written by some of the most eminent academics in the field, contains entries on numerous aspects of global environmental governance and politics, including concepts and definitions; theories and methods; actors; institutions; issue-areas; cross-cutting questions; and overlaps with non-environmental fields.
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Index: Index

  • IAASTD (International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge Science, Technology for Development) 237 , 509

  • IASB (International Accounting Standards Board) 491

  • IASC (International Arctic Science Committee) 317

  • IASs (international accountability standards) 219

  • ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) 48 9

  • ICC (Inuit Circumpolar Conference) 317

  • ICCA (International Council of Chemical Associations) 340 41

  • ICCM (International Conference on Chemicals Management) 342

  • ICES (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea) 366 , 367 , 370

  • ICJ (International Court of Justice) 248

  • IEA (International Energy Agency) 123 , 137 , 151 , 261 , 262 , 264 , 418 , 420

  • IEG (international environmental governance) 269 , 271

  • IFAD (International Fund for Agricultural Development) 508

  • IFDC (International Fertilizer Development Centre) 411

  • IGOs (intergovernmental organizations) 487 , 488 , 490 91 , 492 3

  • IIASA (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis) 442

  • ILA (International Law Association) 64

  • ILO (International Labour Organization) 339 , 341 , 521

  • IMF (International Monetary Fund) 187 , 230 , 262

  • IMO (International Maritime Organization) 383

  • IMPEL (Implementation and Enforcement of Environmental Law) 382

  • INC (International Negotiations on Climate Change) 350

  • inclusive development 35 42 , 61 , 65 6

  • inclusive economics 37

  • inclusive growth 36 7 , 38 9 , 40 , 42

  • inclusive risk governance 56 9

  • Indian Ocean tsunami (2004) 108

  • Indigenous Environmental Network 185

  • ‘indirect method of difference’ 142

  • ‘individual irrationality’ 85

  • individuals

  • Indus Water Treaty (1960) 426

  • inequality, drivers of 39 40

  • Inglehart, R. 144 5

  • INGOs (international non-governmental organizations) see NGOs (nongovernmental organizations)

  • p. 553institutional fragmentation

  • institutionalization 48 9 , 175 6 , 179 80 , 221 , 276 , 278 9 , 285 , 342

  • integrated assessment modeling (IAM) 119 25

  • intergovernmental bureaucracies 20

  • international bureaucracies 17 , 206 11 , 270 , 445

  • international organizations

    • and Anthropocene 6

    • and chemicals 344

    • and civil society 187

    • and clubs 264

    • and constructivism and sociological institutionalism 75

    • and cost-benefit analysis 83

    • defining 269

    • and international bureaucracies 206

    • key findings 269 72

    • and mega-conferences 279

    • and Neo-Gramscianism 130

    • and neoliberal institutionalism 134

    • outlook 272 3

    • and planetary boundaries 5 , 6

    • and private environmental governance 286

    • and public–private partnerships 292

    • and regimes 296 , 297

    • and teaching global environmental governance 167

    • and United Nations 254

  • International Regimes Database 298

  • International Union for the Conservation of Nature 177

  • ‘intersubjectivity’ 73

  • Inuit Circumpolar Council 317

  • IOMC (Inter-Organization Programme for the Sound Management of Chemicals) 341 , 344

  • IOOS (Integrated Ocean Observing System) 395

  • IPAMs (integrated policy assessment models) 124

  • IPBES (Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services) 234

  • IPBES (International Panel on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services) 325 , 326

  • IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change)

  • IPEEC (International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation) 262

  • IPEN (International POPs Elimination Network) 340

  • IPGs (indigenous peoples’ groups) 318

  • IPRs (intellectual property rights) 323 4 , 327

  • IR (international relations) theory

  • IRD (International Regimes Database) 143 , 145 , 298 , 443 , 444

  • IRENA (International Renewable Energy Agency) 137 , 418 , 420 , 472

  • IRGC (International Risk Governance Council) 56 7

  • Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Sciences 231

  • ISO (International Standardization Organization) 284

  • ITTO (International Tropical Timber Organization) 374

  • IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) 491

  • p. 554IWC (International Whaling Commission) 76 , 244 , 366 , 368 9 , 441

  • IWRM (integrated water resource management) 428