Green Pluralism: Lessons for Improved Environmental Governance in the 21st Century

  • Kanie N
  • Haas P
  • Andresen S
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In the last generation, the frequency and magnitude of environmental degra- dation has been unprecedented. Partly as a result, environmental problems are increasingly global in nature, even as many the effects of “traditional” environmental issues such as air and water pollution, and waste manage- ment, persist and worsen. The situation is so dire that many problems have already achieved, or are heading towards irreversible changes with negative con- sequences for a healthy planet.

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  • Norichika Kanie

  • Peter M. Haas

  • Steinar Andresen

  • Graeme Auld

  • Benjamin Cashore

  • Pamela S. Chasek

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