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This book demonstrates the critical importance of preserving the world's shared natural resources for averting global disaster and promoting international cooperation and trade.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Part I. Theoretical Considerations. Chapter 1. From the Tragedy of the Commons to Sustainable Commons: A Survey of the Theoretical Developments on CPR / by Bindu Balagopal and P. Chacko Jose Chapter 2. What International Law Can Teach Us about the Commons / by Julien Cazala Chapter 3. The Precautionary Principle: An Instrument at the Service of Sustainable Deleopment / by Didier Guével Part II. Climate Change and Governance. Chapter 4. The Global Commons and the Climate Governance Regime: Effectiveness and Challenges / by Anjus Lis Kurian and C. Viodan Chapter 5. Polycentric Approach in Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Programme: Effectiveness and Challenges / by Sisira K.G., Govind N. and Mohanan Bhaskaran Pillai Chapter 6. International Legal Challenges of Climate Refugees / by S. Chemmalar Chapter 7. Maritime Spatial Planning: A Means of Organizaing Maritime Activities Measured in Terms of Sustainable Development Goals / by Catherine Colard-Fabregoule Chapter 8. Views on Environmental Democracy in France / by Jean-Jacques Menuret Chapter 9. The Cyberspace as a Distinct Domain of the Global Commons: An Analysis of Cyberspace Governance / by Binu Joseph and Mohanan Bhaskaran Pillai Part III. Environmental Hazards. Chapter 10. The Massive Problem of Microplastics in the Global Commons: An Overview / by Kaushik Dowarah and Suja P. Devipriya Chapter 11. The Indian Ocean Garbage: Rethinking the Narrative on South Asian Waters / by Anusha Sooriyan, Namita Sharma and Mohanan Bhaskaran Pillai Chapter 12. Expanding Indian Nuclear Industry and Environmental Hazards: A Special Reference to the Establishment and Development of Nuclear Reactors in the Post-2005 Era / by K.R. Sreelekha Part IV. Poverty, Alienation and Social Exclusion. Chapter 13: Civil Society: Positing the Role of NGOs in Depoliticizing Political Action / by Arsha V. Sathyan Chapter 14. Sustainable Management Practices of the Traditional Society in Contested Landscapes / by Devjit Nandi and Debashis Sarkar Chapter 15. The Causes for the Despair of Farmers in France and India: A Literature-based Study / by Geetha Ganapathy-Doré Conclusion. Imagining Multiple Worlds in Fifty Years / by S. Ashok.
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