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The GLOBE climate legislation study: a review of climate change legislation in 66 countries: fourth edition
The GLOBE Climate Legislation Study is the most comprehensive audit of climate legislation across 66 countries, together responsible for around 88% of global manmade greenhouse gas emissions. It isExpand
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Orchestrating sustainability: The case of European Union biofuel governance
This article provides an empirical analysis of orchestration – that is, the initiation, support, and embracement of private governance arrangements through public regulators – in the field ofExpand
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Private Governance Undermined: India and the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil
Are emerging markets undermining private environmental governance? In the past, most trade in agricultural commodities occurred between developed and developing countries, but in recent years theExpand
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The 2015 Global Climate Legislation Study: a review of climate change legislation in 99 countries: summary for policy-makers
This report summarises the main insights from the 2015 Global Climate Legislation Study. It is the fifth edition in a series dating back to 2010 (Townshend et al., 2011). The 2015 edition covers 98Expand
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Emerging markets and private governance: the political economy of sustainable palm oil in China and India
ABSTRACT Private governance programs are now an important source of regulation in global value chains – particularly in context of North–South trade. But can these programs play a similar role in theExpand
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Convergence More or Less: Why Do Practices Vary as They Diffuse?
Much of the diffusion literature in international relations, international political economy, and comparative public policy focuses on explaining patterns of convergence among states, internationalExpand
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Whose rules? : the institutional diffusion and variation of private participatory governance
As a mode of global sustainability regulation, private participatory governance first emerged in the forestry sector in the early 1990s and from there spread rapidly and widely in the global economy.Expand
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Transparency in Transnational Governance: The Determinants of Information Disclosure of Voluntary Sustainability Programs
The rise of “new” transnational governance has intensified debates about a lack of accountability in global politics. Reviewing the mechanisms through which transparency can foster accountabilityExpand
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The Oil Palm Complex: Smallholders, Agribusiness and the State in Indonesia and Malaysia ed. by Rob A. Cramb and John F. McCarthy (review)
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Reviewing the impact of sustainability certification on food security in developing countries
Abstract What is the impact of sustainability certification on food security in developing countries? This article explores the issue through a systematic review of the extant scholarship,Expand
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