Unravelling the maze of multilateral environmental agreements: a macroscopic analysis of international environmental law and governance for the anthropocene
Earth has entered a new geological epoch, the Anthropocene, where humans have become a major driver of global environmental change. Many believe, however, that current international environmental law is a maze of international agreements, and it is unsuitable for navigating the Anthropocene. It is generally agreed that, for global sustainability, this institutional maze needs to be modelled in ways more appropriately aligned with the functioning of the Earth system itself. For the purpose of...[Show more]
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