publication . Research . 2013

Green power and performance in global environmental governance

Never, Babette;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2013
  • Publisher: DEU
From 10 to 11 June 2013, the Global Green Growth Summit will take place in Seoul. Policymakers, international organizations and experts from various fi elds will once again discuss how the transformation toward a green economy and more sustainable development paths can be managed. Global environmental governance is characterized by a high number of international activities, but actual environmental outcomes vary. The ability to develop green political and economic power that leads to bett er environmental performance is not restricted to industrialized countries anymore. China, South Korea, Brazil and India are slowly catching up, while some small developing nat...
free text keywords: Ökologie, Politikwissenschaft, Ecology, Political science, Ökologie und Umwelt, spezielle Ressortpolitik, Ecology, Environment, Special areas of Departmental Policy, Klimawandel, Umweltpolitik, Energieerzeugung, erneuerbare Energie, Klimapolitik, internationale Politik, nachhaltige Entwicklung, neue Technologie, Schwellenland, Industriestaat, climate change, environmental policy, energy production, renewable energy, climate policy, international politics, sustainable development, new technology, newly industrializing countries, industrial nation, 10500, ddc:577, ddc:320
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