| FNI PROJECTS
The Transformation of Global Environmental Governance:
Risks and Opportunities (GLOGOV)
This project adresses the
current transformation of global environmental governance that can be described
a) increasing trans-nationalization, that is, the growing relevance of
private and public actors beyond national governments;
b) increasing supra-
and transgovernmentalisation; and
c) increasing fragmentation, that is,
increasing segmentation of the policy process through additional layers of
decision making and parallell systems of regulations.
The project is
carried out by a network composed of a number of the leading scholars in Europe
on global environmental governance. It is mainly to function as a base for
discussion and dissemination.
External project page
Gulbrandsen, Lars H.,
Environmental Governance: The Emergence and Effects of the Certification of
Forests and Fisheries. Cheltenham, UK/Northampton (MA), USA, Edward
Elgar, 2010, 213 p.
Auld, Graeme and Lars H. Gulbrandsen,
Nonstate Certification: Consequences for Accountability and Legitimacy'.
Global Environmental Politics, Vol 10, No 3, 2010, pp.
Many more publications at GLOGOV.org
COST (European Cooperation in
Science and Technology)
for Environmental Studies (IVM), Vrije Universitet, Amsterdam
10 other European research