2013 - Volume 4, Issue 1

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International Organizations and Climate Change Management

This issue was led by John Mathiason (JIOS editors, senior lecturer at the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs of Cornell University and adjunct professor at the College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry of the State University of New York). Please read John’s background paper “Managing Climate Change: The Biggest Challenge to Global Governance Ever.”


Editorial

Managing Climate Change: Challenges for International Organizations and for Scholars Who Study Them

John Mathiason

 

THE STRUCTURE OF THE INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SECTOR

Frameworks for International Climate Cooperation: Assessing the Alternatives

Michael Mehling

NEGOTIATION PROCESS

Capacity of the Africa Group in International Climate Change Negotiations

Anesu Makina

FUNDING

Multilateral Climate Change Funds and the Governance of Climate Risks

Orr Karassin

Follow the Money: Navigating the International Aid Maze for Dryland Development

Pamela Chasek

ADAPTING ORGANIZATIONS TO THE TASK

Moving Beyond its Mandate? UNHCR and Climate Change Displacement

Nina Hall

EU Environmental Governance in Transition

Myra Leann Brown


Insider’s view

Organizational culture, system evolution and the United Nations of the 21st century

Alisa Clarke


Reviews

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development – unimportant or under-researched?

Joren Verschaeve

African Integration: Many Challenges, Few Solutions

Shawn Robert Duthie

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and International Relation of the Gulf

Lars Erslev Andersen

Institutionalised Pan-Americanism: The Organisation of American States

Klaas Dykmann

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