|Oosterveer, Peter (2005) Governing transnational environmental flows: assessing the relevance of ...
|Oosterveer, Peter (2005) Governing transnational environmental flows: assessing the relevance of the sociology of flows for environmental governance, paper presented at the World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology, Stockholm Sweden July 5 – 9, 2005. Technonatures (ISA RC 24) Session A
In analysing, understanding and designing environmental governance of material/environmental flows criss-crossing national borders through socio-material infrastructures and networks, conventional models and interpretation schemes based on government, nation-states and international regimes are increasingly being challenged and questioned. This paper assesses whether a ‘sociology of flow’ approach may be helpful in analysing new environmental governance arrangements for such transnational environmental flows. It intends to apply such a perspective on transnational flows of shrimps.