Asia Pacific Network for Environmental Governance
The Asia Pacific Network for Environmental Governance (APNEG) seeks to promote the interdisciplinary study of the governance of the environment at different scales, from the local to the global levels. An interdisciplinary approach drawing on disciplines such as economics, geography, international relations, politics and sociology is required to address complex environmental problems.
APNEG will contribute to the development of the theoretical aspects of environmental governance as a study area, and to support effective, equitable and efficient environmental policies in Asia, Australia and the Pacific.
APNEG membership is open to academics and other researchers. If you would like to get involved contact the Network Director.
International Workshop on Corruption, Natural Resources and the Environment
APNEG's objectives are to:
- facilitate the development of collaborative research projects between environmental governance researchers;
- lead the development of teaching resources for environmental governance;
- convene academic conferences and workshops on environmental governance;
- implement research projects and share knowledge arising from them.
Membership is open to all academics and other researchers and professionals working on environmental governance. Contact the Network Director:
Crawford School of Public Policy
College of Asia and the Pacific
The Australian National University