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[Environmental cooperation has received significant scholarly attention since the Stockholm Conference in 1972. Yet, two important gaps remain. First, only in the last couple of years have scholars started to look at the regional level as a distinct scale for environmental cooperation. Second,...
[This chapter examines the context which made it possible for regional environmental cooperation in the Southern Cone of South America to increase significantly from the 1990s onwards, as well as the constraints that explain why it has not become stronger. On the one hand the return to...
[This chapter examines regional cooperation in South America since the 1990s to understand how environmental cooperation has come to develop largely separately from regional organisations and integration processes promoted by governments. This is due to two related processes: the sidelining of...
[This chapter examines how regional environmental cooperation has developed in the La Plata basin regimeRegime, an example of a regional resource regimeRegional resource regime created by the riparian countries ArgentinaArgentina, BoliviaBolivia, Brazil, ParaguayParaguay and UruguayUruguay. This...
[This chapter examines how the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) became a framework for regional environmental cooperation in the Southern Cone of South America. Initially, networks of researchers and conservation NGOs realised that certain species are endangered and that they regularly...
[This chapter focuses on three key findings: first, there are considerable asymmetries in the influence of various drivers for regional environmental cooperation in South America and their ability to shape the processes leading to cooperation. External funders play a central, but often contested...
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