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  1. The WTO and the Environment: Its Past Record is Better than Critics Believe, but the Future Outlook is Bleak
  2. Eric Neumayer
  3. pp. 1-8
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  1. Trade and the Environment: Stuck in a Political Impasse at the WTO after the Doha and Cancun Ministerial Conferences
  2. Urs P. Thomas
  3. pp. 9-21
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  1. Who Ratifies Environmental Treaties and Why? Institutionalism, Structuralism and Participation by 192 Nations in 22 Treaties
  2. J. Timmons Roberts, Bradley C. Parks, Alexis A. Vasquez
  3. pp. 22-64
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  1. Understanding Disenfranchisement: Civil Society and Developing Countries' Influence and Participation in Global Governance for Sustainable Development
  2. Dana Fisher, Jessica F. Green
  3. pp. 65-84
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  1. Expert Advice and Desertification Policy: Past Experience and Current Challenges
  2. Marybeth Long Martello
  3. pp. 85-106
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  1. The Convention to Combat Desertification and the Role of Innovative Policy-Making Discourses: The Case of Burkina Faso
  2. Hans Bruyninckx
  3. pp. 107-127
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  1. Dynamics of the Southern Collective: Developing Countries in Desertification Negotiations
  2. Adil Najam
  3. pp. 128-154
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  1. Political Ideology and Conflicting Environmental Paradigms
  2. Jack Manno
  3. pp. 155-159
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  1. Multilateral Development Banks and the Challenge of Reform
  2. Eva T. Thorne
  3. pp. 160-167
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. iii-v
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