Non-State Actor Access and Influence in International Legal and Policy Negotiations
London School of Economics (LSE); BurlesonInstitute.org
Diana Pei Wu
Antioch University Los Angeles
Fordham Environmental Law Review, Vol. 21, p. 201, 2010, Symposium
FSU College of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 443
This article analyzes the importance of increasing civil society actor access to and influence in international legal and policy negotiations, drawing from academic scholarship on governance, conservation and environmental sustainability, natural resource management, observations of civil society actors, and the authors’ experiences as participants in international environmental negotiations.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 16
Keywords: Climate Change, Non-State Actor, environmental justice, UNFCCC, United Nations, Public Participation, Sustainable Development, Poverty, Environmental Movements, Collaborative Community-based Natural Resource Management, civil society, good governance, conservation, NGOs, Seattle, Copenhagen
JEL Classification: D3, D4, D5, D6, D7, D8, D9, E2, F01, H1, H2, H4, H41, H54, H56, H60, H7, H8, I1, I3, J1, J7, K32, K3Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: April 19, 2010 ; Last revised: January 20, 2012
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