Debate | Ecuador’s Yasuní-ITT Initiative: Why did it fail?

Foto credits: Rémi Bénali

Foto credits: Rémi Bénali

In her article Pay to Preserve: The Global Politics of Ecuador’s Yasuní-ITT Proposal, published in DevPol’s special issue on Energy and Development in 2011, Pamela L. Martin, Associate Professor of Politics at the Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina, provided a favourable outlook on Ecuador’s innovative environmental governance mechanism. Despite its benefits, the initiative was abandoned in 2013. In the paper “Ecuador’s Yasuní-ITT Initiative: Why did it fail?”, Martin revisits the initiative and analyses the reasons for its failure.

 

Initial contribution:
Pamela L. Martin, Associate Professor of Politics, Coastal Carolina University
Ecuador’s Yasuní-ITT Initiative: Why did it fail?

Reaction and Analysis:
Imme Scholz, Deputy Director of the German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)
Toward a Revolutionary Path: Ecuador’s Yasuní-ITT Initiative

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  1. Maren dit :

    Article par Bernard Duterme (uniquement en français): ‘Équateur : du pétrole pour atteindre le « buen vivir » ?’ http://www.cetri.be/spip.php?article3627&lang=fr

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