Routledge research in environmental politics ; 17.
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chapter 1 Global environmental governance and international organizations: Setting the stage / FRANK BIERMANN part Part I Intergovernmental organizations chapter 2 The impact of international organizations on the environment: An empirical analysis / AXEL DREHER AND MAGDALENA RAMADA Y GALÁN SARASOLA chapter 3 Setting standards for responsible banking: Examining the role of the International Finance Corporation in the emergence of the Equator Principles / CHRISTOPHER WRIGHT chapter 4 OECD peer reviews and policy convergence: diffusing policies or discourses? / MARKKU LEHTONEN chapter 5 Socialization, the World Bank Group and global environmental governance / SUSAN PARK chapter 6 The European Union and the 'external' dimension of sustainable development: Ambitious promises but disappointing outcomes? / CAMILLA ADELLE part Part II International environmental programmes and secretariats chapter 7 The role of the United Nations Environment Programme in the coordination of multilateral environmental agreements / STEINAR ANDRESEN chapter 8 UNEP as anchor organization for the global environment / MARIA IVANOVA chapter 9 Treaty secretariats in global environmental governance / STEFFEN BAUER, PER-OLOF BUSCH AND BERND SIEBENHÜNER part Part III New public-private hybrid organizations chapter 10 International organizations as entrepreneurs of environmental partnerships / LILIANA B. ANDONOVA chapter 11 Private governance organizations in global environmental politics: exploring their influences / PHILIPP PATTBERG chapter 12 Agility and resilience: Adaptive capacity in Friends of the Earth International and Greenpeace / VANESSA TIMMER chapter 13 International organizations in global environmental governance: Epilogue / BERND SIEBENHÜNER.