As globalization influences the transformation of environmental politics, the accumulation of diverse processes and movements requires systematic analysis. This volume responds to the need for an integrative framework in which to situate the emerging trends and practices of environmental protection. The contributors provide a platform for future action through an investigation of the political, economic and social contexts of value formation involved in shaping global environmental agendas. The examination of negotiation and policy implementation processes should appeal to policymakers as well as to academics.
HO-WON JEONG is a Faculty Member of the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University. He has published several books, including Peace and Conflict Studies: An Introduction and numerous journal articles in the field of environmental issues, development, peace and conflict resolution.