The global governance of climate change is in flux. Conventional strategies of addressing climate change through universal, interstate negotiations have been stymied by the gaps that exist between the negotiating powers of states, rendering such initiatives stagnant and ineffectual. In response, a number of new actors and processes, working at multiple levels of politics and across multiple jurisdictions, have begun to challenge the traditionally exclusive authority of nation-states to create rules and manage environmental problems via multi-national treaties. This book explains how and why these new governance experiments have emerged, how they fit together, how they influence what is defined as environmental governance, and whether they are likely to result in an effective response to climate change

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