|Title||Sustainable development and subnational governments : Policy-making and multi-level interactions|
|Author||edited by hans Bruyninckx, Sander Happaerts and Karoline van den Brande|
|Imprint||New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012|
|Descript||xxiii, 269p. ; 23 cm|
Introduction. -- The social and political construction of sustainable developpment in Quebec: a critical analysis of the Quebec sustainable development policy. -- Inclusive governance or incrementalism? the choice of a sustainable development governance model for flanders. -- Sustainable development policies in the Basque country. -- Sustainable development in Wallonia: trial and error along two tracks of governance. -- Governance for sustainable development in the German. -- Dutch provincial sustainable development policies: ambitions and differences. -- Spanish subnational involvement in multi-level sustainable development issues. -- A 'Responsibility' to act globally: investigating the Welsh assembly government's engagement in nrg4SD. -- Routers to global decision-making: flanders in th UN and OECD discussions on sustainable development. -- Subnational involvement in EU policy-making: the case of Scottish Flood Risk Management. -- Green paradiplomacy in North America: successes and limits of the NEG-ECP. -- The state of sustainable development: perspectives from the subnational level.
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