This series of short policy papers on governance and sustainability aims provides analytical input to contemporary political discussions on institutional reform for environment and sustainable development. The issue briefs present analytically grounded and politically plausible reform options that negotiators could consider in the run up to the UN Conference on Sustainable Development, Rio+20, and beyond.
- Series Editor: Prof. Maria Ivanova
- Managing Editor: Michael Denney
Brief 4: Lessons from the Multilateral Trading System for Reforming the Architecture of the International Environmental Regime, Thomas Cottier, Manfred Elsig, and Judith Wehrli
Brief 6: Environmental Emergencies: Challenges and Lessons for International Environmental Governance, Rene Nijenhuis and Carl Bruch
Brief 7: Building an International Court for the Environment: A Conceptual Framework, Philip Riches and Stuart A. Bruce
Brief 8: International Fisheries Governance that Works: The Case for a Global Fisheries Organization, J. Samuel Barkin and Elizabeth R. DeSombre
Brief 9: UNDP: Reviving a Practical Human Development Organization, Craig N. Murphy and Stephen Browne