This special issue brings together leading experts from Asia, Europe and North America to examine the international institutions, national governance mechanisms and financing systems that together will determine the future of the energy sector. The enormous environmental externalities imposed by fossil fuel extraction and consumption, the devastating corruption and human rights abuses that have accompanied this energy system, and the geopolitical vulnerabilities that have arisen because of the uneven natural distribution of these resources, have occasioned enormous handwringing - but not, yet, a shift to a more rational system of providing energy services. Although national governments play the dominant role in energy governance, these challenges are beyond the scope of any single national government to manage, making energy policy a key component of global governance and international relations. © 2011 London School of Economics and Political Science and John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
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FLORINI, Ann, & DUBASH, Navroz K..(2011). Introduction to the special issue: Governing energy in a fragmented world. Global Policy, 2(s1), 1-5.
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