International organizations and environmental protection : conservation and globalization in the twentieth century

Pollution, resource depletion, habitat management, and climate change are all issues that necessarily transcend national boundaries. Accordingly, they and other environmental concerns have been a particular focus for international organizations from before the First World War to the present day. Thi...

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Other Authors: Kaiser, Wolfram (Editor)
Meyer, Jan-Henrik (Editor)
Corporate Author: ProQuest Ebook Central (online služba) (Distributor) 
Format: eBook
Published: New York ; Oxford : Berghahn, 2019
Series:Environment in history: international perspectives
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Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1: From Nature to Environment
  • Chapter 2: Environmental Problem-Solvers?
  • Chapter 3: Developing World Environmental Cooperation
  • Chapter 4: Only One Earth
  • Chapter 5: Sometimes it's the Economy, Stupid!
  • Chapter 6: Making the Polluter Pay
  • Chapter 7: (Re-)Thinking Environment and Economy
  • Chapter 8: Towards 'Sustainable' Development
  • Chapter 9: Protecting the Southern Ocean Ecosystem
  • Chapter 10: Controlling the Agenda
  • Conclusion