How environmental treaties contribute to global health governance

Recent work in international relations theory argues that international regimes do not develop in isolation, as previously assumed, but evolve as open systems that interact with other regimes. The implications of this insight’s for sustainable development remains underexplored. Even thought environmental protection and health promotion are clearly interconnected at the impact level, it remains unclear how global environmental governance interacts with global health governance at the institutional level. In order to fill this gap, this article aims to assess how environmental treaties contribute to global health governance.
Authors (Zotero)
Morin, Jean-Frédéric; Blouin, Chantal
Date (Zotero)
July, 2019
URL (Zotero)
https://doi.org/10.1186/s12992-019-0493-7