Linked with the Earth System Governance Project, this exciting new series will provide concise but authoritative studies of the governance of complex socio-ecological systems, written by world-leading scholars. Highly interdisciplinary in scope, the series will address governance processes and institutions at all levels of decision-making, from local to global, within a planetary perspective that seeks to align current institutions and governance systems with the fundamental twenty-first century challenges of global environmental change and earth system transformations. Elements in this series will present cutting edge scientific research, while also seeking to contribute innovative transformative ideas towards better governance. A key aim of the series is to present policy-relevant research that is of interest to both academics and policy-makers working on earth system governance. More information about the Earth System Governance project can be found at: http://www.earthsystemgovernance.org
General Editors: Frank Biermann , Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands; Aarti Gupta , Wageningen Universiteit, The Netherlands
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