restricted access   Volume 16, Number 2, May 2016

Table of Contents

Accountability in Global Environmental Governance

Susan Park and Teresa Kramarz



pp. iii-v

Accountability in Global Environmental Governance: A Meaningful Tool for Action?

pp. 1-21

Special Section Forums

The Analytic Utility (and Practical Pitfalls) of Accountability

pp. 22-32

Accountability of Environmental Impact Bonds: The Future of Global Environmental Governance?

pp. 33-41

Special Section Research Articles

Contested Accountability Logics in Evolving Nonstate Certification for Fisheries Sustainability

pp. 42-60

Accountability and Representation: Nonstate Actors in UN Climate Diplomacy

pp. 61-81

The Politics of Accountability in Networked Urban Climate Governance

pp. 82-100


Governing the Depths: Conceptualizing the Politics of Deep Sea Resources

pp. 101-109

Research Article

Africa’s Regional Powers and Climate Change Negotiations

pp. 110-129

Book Review Essay

The Political Economy of Sustainable Energy Transitions

pp. 130-135

Book Reviews

Networks in Contention: The Divisive Power of Climate Change by Jennifer Hadden (review)

pp. 136-138

Is the Planet Full? ed. by Ian Goldin (review)

pp. 138-139

Understanding Environmental Policy Convergence: The Power of Words, Rules and Money ed. by Helge Jörgens, Andrea Lenschow, and Duncan Liefferink (review)

pp. 140-142