Setting the Standard chronicles the emergence and implications of an ambitious experiment in civil-society-led global governance: the Forest Stewardship Council. Drawing on a pioneering case study of this negotiation process, this book explores the challenges associated with implementing the FSC's global vision on the ground. Indeed, the establishment of an FSC standard for British Columbia was achieved only after difficult and protracted negotiations at the regional, national, and global levels. This important work also undertakes a detailed comparative analysis of FSC standards and standard-setting processes elsewhere and grapples with the broader implications for global governance and regulatory theory.McDermott, C.L. 2003. ... The beetle challenge: An overview of the mountain pine beetle epidemic and its implications. ... Law Iournal 7: 123-238. http://www.law. buffalo.edu/homepage/eemeid/ scholarship/hrec.pdf. Meidinger, E., C. Elliott, and G. Oesten. 2003. ... Forestopia: A practical guide to the new forest economy.
|Title||:||Setting the Standard|
|Author||:||Christopher Tollefson, Fred Gale, David Haley|
|Publisher||:||UBC Press - 2009-05-01|