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Governing a common sea : environmental policies in the Baltic Sea Region
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Éditeur Earthscan
Année 2008
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Governing a common sea : environmental policies in the Baltic Sea Region
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1 vol. (XVII-238 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm
Notes
Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index
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Classification Dewey
363.7
Contenu
Pt. I. Introduction: Governance in the Baltic Sea region : balancing states, cities and people / Marko Joas, Detlef Jahn and Kristine Kern ; Pt. II. Introduction and institutionalization of environmental concerns within the Baltic Sea region: Environmental pollution and economic performance in the Baltic Sea region / Detlef Jahn with Kati Kuitto ; Institutionalization of an international environmental policy regime : the Helsinki Convention, Finland and the Cold War / Tuomas Räsänen and Simo Laakkonen ; Environmental concerns within the Baltic Sea region : a Nordic-Baltic comparison / Anne-Sofie Hermanson ; Environmental governance in the Baltic states : Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia / Panu Kontio and Kati Kuitto ; Pt. III. New structures of governance in the Baltic Sea region: Governance beyond the nation state : transnationalization and Europeanization of the Baltic Sea region / Kristine Kern and Tina Löffelsend ; Local governance for sustainable development : local agenda 21 in the Baltic Sea region / Marko Joas ; Pt. IV. Interactions between regional governance for conservation policy and the use of local livelihood: Regional actors caught between local livelihood and international conservation : grey seal conservation controversy / Riku Varjopuro and Aija Kettunen ; Unity versus disunity of environmental governance in the Baltic Sea region / Yrjö Haila ; Pt. V. Conclusions: Governing a common sea : comparative patterns for sustainable development / Kristine Kern, Marko Joas and Detlef Jahn
Résumé
"How is a natural common pool resource such as a sea, which is shared by several countries, best governed? The potential for international conflict is immense, as each country may have different agendas with regard to issues such as exploitation and environmental protection." "This book uses a case study of the Baltic Sea Region to examine this complex problem. The sea itself has been highly vulnerable to pollution and recently the bordering nations have begun to change their mode of cooperation to tackle this issue by establishing several new forums to manage the sea. Administrative and political structures developed in the region are reviewed and shown to provide a model that could be applied to other seas and natural resource systems elsewhere in the world."--BOOK JACKET
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978-1-8440-7537-9
1-8440-7537-0
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