International Environmental Agreements-Politics Law and Economics

(The median citation count of International Environmental Agreements-Politics Law and Economics is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
Towards a European Green Deal: The evolution of EU climate and energy policy mixes94
From the circular economy to the sustainable development goals in the European Union: an empirical comparison37
China’s climate and energy policy: at a turning point?37
Green building in China27
Global warming problem faced by the international community: international legal aspect27
Future proofing the principle of no significant harm24
New alliances in global environmental governance: how intergovernmental treaty secretariats interact with non-state actors to address transboundary environmental problems18
Response of the Arab world to climate change challenges and the Paris agreement17
RETRACTED ARTICLE: Prospects of legal regulation in the field of electronic waste management in the context of a circular economy17
The inter-relationship between no harm, equitable and reasonable utilisation and cooperation under international water law15
Explicit targets and cooperation: regional fisheries management organizations and the sustainable development goals14
The risk of carbon leakage in global climate agreements13
The Paris agreement and key actors’ domestic climate policy mixes: comparative patterns13
The “top-down” Kyoto Protocol? Exploring caricature and misrepresentation in literature on global climate change governance13
Institutional interplay in global environmental governance: lessons learned and future research12
The United States: conditions for accelerating decarbonisation in a politically divided country12
The current state of development of the no significant harm principle: How far have we come?12
Carbon emission, solid waste management, and electricity generation: a legal and empirical perspective for renewable energy in Nigeria11
The effectiveness of soft law in international environmental regimes: participation and compliance in the Hyogo Framework for Action11
Lessons learnt in global biodiversity governance10
Evolving together: transboundary water governance in the Colorado River Basin9
The role of international regimes and courts in clarifying prevention of harm in freshwater and marine environmental protection8
Evaluating EU responsiveness to the evolution of the international regime complex on climate change8
National political pressure groups and the stability of international environmental agreements8
Beyond delegation size: developing country negotiating capacity and NGO ‘support’ in international climate negotiations8
Environmental education and awareness: the present and future key to the sustainable management of Ramsar convention sites in Kenya8
Reciprocity in practice: the hydropolitics of equitable and reasonable utilization in the Lancang-Mekong basin8
John Rawls and compliance to climate change agreements: insights from a laboratory experiment8
Hybrid transnational advocacy networks in environmental protection: banning the use of cyanide in European gold mining7
Equity, justice and the SDGs: lessons learnt from two decades of INEA scholarship7
Problems of the effectiveness of the implementation of international agreements in the field of waste management: the study of the experience of Kazakhstan in the context of the applicability of Europ7
Impact assessment of a mandatory operational goal-based short-term measure to reduce GHG emissions from ships: the LDC/SIDS case study7
The effectiveness of the Bern Convention on wildlife legislation and judicial decisions in Turkey7
Population growth, family planning and the Paris Agreement: an assessment of the nationally determined contributions (NDCs)7
Lessons learnt from two decades of international environmental agreements: law6
Reflecting on twenty years of international agreements concerning water governance: insights and key learning6
The SDGs as integrating force in global governance? Challenges and opportunities6
Examining host-State counterclaims for environmental damage in investor-State dispute settlement from human rights and transnational public policy perspectives6
The role of international case law in implementing the obligation not to cause significant harm6
Domestic and international climate policies: complementarity or disparity?6
The duty to take appropriate measures to prevent significant transboundary harm and private companies: insights from transboundary hydropower projects6
Achieving SDG 14 in an equitable and just way6
The politics of multilateral environmental agreements lessons from 20 years of INEA6
Limits to learning: the struggle to adapt to unintended effects of international payment for environmental services programmes5
Consensus decision-making in CCAMLR: Achilles’ heel or fundamental to its success?5
Prior notification of planned measures: A response to the no-harm dilemma?5
The principle of no significant harm in the Central Asian context5
Understanding international non-state and subnational actors for biodiversity and their possible contributions to the post-2020 CBD global biodiversity framework: insights from six international coope5
The no significant harm principle and the human right to water5
Achieving the ambitious targets of the Paris Agreement: the role of key actors5
The principle of no significant harm in international water law4
An adaptation-mitigation game: does adaptation promote participation in international environmental agreements?4
Global climate governance: rising trend of translateral cooperation4
Enhancing the achievement of the SDGs: lessons learned at the half-way point of the 2030 Agenda4
The evolution and challenges in China’s implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity: a new analytical framework4
The green investment principles: from a nodal governance perspective4
Embracing policy paradoxes: EU’s Just Transition Fund and the aim “to leave no one behind”4
Economic analysis of international environmental agreements: lessons learnt 2000–20204
Not all risks are equal: a risk governance framework for assessing the water SDG4
20 Years of global climate change governance research: taking stock and moving forward4
Strengthening the Sustainable Development Goals through integration with human rights3
Modelling and analysing the relationship between innovation and the European Regulations on hazardous waste shipments3
Rethinking polycentricity: on the North–South imbalances in transnational climate change governance3
China's policy and finding ways to prevent collapse in WEEE processing in the context of the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal3
The sustainable development goals: governing by goals, targets and indicators3
Europe’s nature governance revolution: harnessing the shadow of heterarchy3
Protection of prior and late developers of transboundary water resources in international treaty practices: a review of 416 international water agreements3
Agency dynamics of International Environmental Agreements: actors, contexts, and drivers3
From ‘mad cow’ crisis to synthetic biology: challenges to EU regulation of GMOs beyond the European context3
Lessons learnt from international environmental agreements for the Stockholm + 50 Conference: celebrating 20 Years of INEA3
Multi-stakeholder partnerships for the SDGs: is the “next generation” fit for purpose?3
RETRACTED ARTICLE: Economic and legal regulation of the use and development of renewable energy sources3
Can democracy accelerate sustainability transformations? Policy coherence for participatory co-existence3
International legal instruments for stimulating green building and construction business: Russian case study2
Assessment framework of actor strategies in international river basin management, the case of Deltarhine2
Environmental-agreement design and political ideology in democracies2
A new two-nested-game approach: linking micro- and macro-scales in international environmental agreements2
Inspiration from the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework for SDG 152
Progression requirements applicable to state action on climate change mitigation under Nationally Determined Contributions2
Unanimity or standing aside? Reinterpreting consensus in United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change negotiations2
Moral duties, compliance and polycentric climate governance2
Tempering and enabling ambition: how equity is considered in domestic processes preparing NDCs2
Cultivated ties and strategic communication: do international environmental secretariats tailor information to increase their bureaucratic reputation?2
The democratisation of European nature governance 1992–2015: introducing the comparative nature governance index2
Correction to: Prospects of legal regulation in the field of electronic waste management in the context of a circular economy2
Inclusive development, leaving no one behind, justice and the sustainable development goals2
Ideology and non-state climate action: partnering and design of REDD+ projects2
Supply-side climate policy and fossil fuels in developing countries: a neo-Gramscian perspective2
Cost of groundwater protection: major groundwater basin protection zones in Poland2
International nuclear energy legal regulation: comparing the experience of the EU and the CIS countries2