Guest
Ben Cashore, Professor of Environmental Governance and Political Science

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Episode: October 23, 2013

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Ben Cashore is Professor of Environmental Governance and Political Science at Yale’s School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. His research interests focus on non-state market-driven environmental governance, the impact and opportunities of globalization and internationalization on domestic and local environmental policy, corporate sustainability initiatives, and comparative environmental policy. He is a prolific author of books and articles that integrate public policy, corporate social responsibility and international environmental governance. We talk with him about global forest governance.

Learn more about Ben Cashore.