R. S. Deese
Climate Change and the Future of Democracy (PDF) will survey past and present struggles to democratize international institutions and will advance the argument that a new degree of accountability and transparency on a global scale is necessary to address the risk of climate change. The volume will evaluate how global governance could become more democratic and thus more responsive to the challenge of climate change. As economic globalization has speeded since 1945; international institutions have done an extraordinary job in facilitating commerce and global communication but have been far less effective in protecting the global commons.
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