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by Benjamin Cashore,Deanna Newsom,Graeme Auld

Author: Benjamin Cashore,Deanna Newsom,Graeme Auld
Subcategory: Nature & Ecology
Language: English
Publisher: Yale University Press (June 10, 2004)
Pages: 352 pages
Category: Math and Science
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Governing Through Markets: Forest Certification and the Emergence of Non-State Authority These puzzles pose the following questions: How and why do sites of non-state governance emerge (the puzzle of emergence)? How should such sites be viewed (the puzzle of conceptualisation)‘ How can such sites be legitimate and what effect does legitimation have on their development (the puzzle of legitimation)?

Cashore, Auld and Newsom provide analysis of case studies on FSC and forest certification in the US, Canada (BC), UK, Germany and Sweden. National stakeholder groups may find it strategically useful to analyze their circumstances according to the criteria identified by this study".

Cashore, Auld and Newsom provide analysis of case studies on FSC and forest certification in the US, Canada (BC), UK, Germany and Sweden.

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Governing Through Markets : Forest Certification and the Emergence of Non-State Authority

Governing Through Markets : Forest Certification and the Emergence of Non-State Authority. by Benjamin Cashore, Deanna Newsom, Graeme Auld.

Published by: Yale University Press. The presentation in chapter 1 of forest certification as an emerging form of global and domestic non-state market-driven governance immediately presents a comparative policy analyst with important analytical and methodological decisions. We must first develop an analytical framework, appropriate and s, that permits us to uncover and classify the phenomenon we seek to study.

Cashore, Benjamin, Graeme Auld, and Deanna Newsom These concern the role (and possible decline) of the state, and the rise of non-state actors in the international system, and the possible diffusion of authority and legitimacy in global governance

Cashore, Benjamin, Graeme Auld, and Deanna Newsom. Governing through Markets: Forest Certification and Non-State Authority. New Haven, CN: Yale University Press. These concern the role (and possible decline) of the state, and the rise of non-state actors in the international system, and the possible diffusion of authority and legitimacy in global governance. The book makes three key contributions.

Authors Benjamin Cashore Graeme Auld Deanna Newsom. Authors Benjamin Cashore Graeme Auld Deanna Newsom. Conceptualize this new policy e system.

Cashore, Benjamin, Auld, Graeme and Newsom, Deanna. Governing Through Markets: Forest Certification and the Emergence of Non-state Authority. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Cashore, Benjamin, Auld, Graeme and Newsom, Deanna. Exploring competing forest certification programs’ actions to gain forest manager support in the US Southeast, Germany, and British Columbia, Canada, School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama. Newsom, Deanna, Cashore, Benjamin, Auld, Graeme and Granskog, Jim. 2003. Forest Certification in the Heart of Dixie: A Survey Of Alabama Landowners.

In recent years a startling policy innovation has emerged within global and domestic environmental governance: certification systems that promote socially responsible business practices by turning to the market, rather than the state, for rule-making authority. This book documents five cases in which the Forest Stewardship Council, a forest certification program backed by leading environmental groups, has competed with industry and landowner-sponsored certification systems for legitimacy.The authors compare the politics behind forest certification in five countries. They reflect on why there are differences regionally, discuss the impact the Forest Stewardship Council has had on other certification programs, and assess the ability of private forest certification to address global forest deterioration.