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Masyarakat, Kebudayaan dan Politik

ISSN Lama 0216-2407, Baru 2086-7050

Vol. 21 / No. 1 / Published : 2008-01

TOC : 2, and page :9 - 17

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Original Article :

The role of international environmental norms in promoting the global environmental movement in the post-cold war period

Author :

  1. Siti Rokhmawati Susanto*1
  1. Departemen Hubungan Internasional, FISIP, Universitas Airlangga

Abstract :

Environmental norm has been formally used since 1970s. However, during the Cold War, the norm has not been given any special attention by the international public. After the Cold War, environmental issues have been noticeable, due to the dreadful environmental damage in many countries, that seems to be a bigger threat compared to the nuclear threat during the Cold War. Furthermore, the developing of many national and international organizations and movements that care for the environment has been a political phenomenon that should be taken into account. This article analizes how the international environment norm has influenced the development of environmentally based organizations and movements around the world after the Cold War. The existence of the international environment norm has significantly influenced the development of those environmentally based organizations and movements.

Keyword :

International environment norm, environmental movement, environmental regime, UNO,


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