Greening Governance in Asia-Pacific
The fourth IGES White Paper analyzes past governance arrangements that oversaw the failure to operationalize sustainable development over the past two decades. It further examines innovative approaches to governance that have emerged from Asia-Pacific, recommends new governance arrangements and policy solutions in the region to accelerate the transition to a green economy, and additional changes in governance arrangements. Issues discussed in the paper range from community-based forest management to city-to-city networks and making carbon governance in Asia greener by exploring the relationship between climate change mitigation, green economy and sustainable development.
© 2012 Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
Peter King, Hideyuki Mori, Robert Kipp, Mark Elder, Simon Olsen, Masanori Kobayashi, Kazuhisa Koakutsu, Kentaro Tamura, Enrique Ibarra Gené, Henry Scheyvens, Federico López-Casero, Abdessalem Rabhi, Yuki Shiga, Toshizo Maeda, Yasuhiko Hotta, Satoshi Kojima