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Transparency Under Scrutiny: Information Disclosure in Global Environmental Governance
  • A. Gupta
  • Business
  • Global Environmental Politics
  • 17 April 2008
Although transparency is a key concept of our times, it remains a relatively understudied phenomenon in global environmental politics. The link between transparency and accountable, legitimate andExpand
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Accountability and legitimacy in earth system governance: A research framework
Along with concerns over the effectiveness of earth system governance, ways of enhancing its accountability and legitimacy are increasingly coming to the fore in both scholarly debate and politicalExpand
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In pursuit of carbon accountability: the politics of REDD+ measuring, reporting and verification systems
This article reviews critical social science analyses of carbon accounting and monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) systems associated with reducing emissions from deforestation, forestExpand
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Envisioning REDD+ in a post-Paris era: between evolving expectations and current practice
From its advent in 2005 within global climate change negotiations, reducing carbon emissions from deforestation and other forest-related activities (so-called REDD+) has been experimented with inExpand
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Transforming governance and institutions for global sustainability: key insights from the Earth System Governance Project
The current institutional framework for sustainable development is by far not strong enough to bring about the swift transformative progress that is needed. This article contends thatExpand
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An evolving science-society contract in India: The search for legitimacy in anticipatory risk governance
This article analyzes evolving institutions and practices of anticipatory risk governance in India, through the lens of two recent and highly controversial developments in governing geneticallyExpand
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Governing Trade in Genetically Modified Organisms: The Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety
The Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety was adopted in Montreal, Canada, in the early hours of the morning of 29 January 2000, following last-minute speculation that the negotiations were in danger ofExpand
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Transparency in Global Environmental Governance: Critical Perspectives
Transparency—openness, secured through greater availability of information—is increasingly seen as part of the solution to a complex array of economic, political, and ethical problems in anExpand
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Governing by expertise: the contested politics of (accounting for) land-based mitigation in a new climate agreement
  • Kate Dooley, A. Gupta
  • Political Science
  • International Environmental Agreements: Politics…
  • 1 August 2017
This article analyzes the contested politics of including (and accounting for) land-based mitigation in a post-2020 climate agreement. Emissions from land have been only partially included to dateExpand
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The Influence of the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety: Comparing Mexico, China and South Africa
This paper analyzes how the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, a global regime governing trade in genetically modified organisms (GMOs), is influencing agricultural biotechnology policy choices inExpand
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