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United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification : Its Effectiveness Evaluation

Po-ching Chiu

Titre : United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification : Its Effectiveness Evaluation

Auteur : Po-ching Chiu

Université de soutenance : National Sun Yat-sen University (Taiwan)

Grade : Master thesis 2014 )

Présentation
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the actual performance and effectiveness of the United Nations Convention on Combat Desertification (or UNCCD, the Convention) since its entry into force in December 1996. This study applies “Oslo-Potsdam Solution” posed by Arild Underdal as a research framework for evaluating the effectiveness of the UNCCD, while the year of entry into force of the Convention is designated as a “point of reference”, articles of the Convention are deemed as “collective optimum” or collective objectives for combating desertification and the obligations laid down by the provisions of the Convention are designated as evaluation standards in examining the implementation of UNCCD in global, regional and national levels as well as the gap between actual performance of the Convention and its objectives so as to better understand the relative improvement that has been made since the UNCCD entered into force

Mots clés : environmental management •United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification •sustainable development •international multilateral treaties •policy process •regime effectiveness evaluation

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