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Books

Green to Gold: How Smart Companies Use Environmental Strategy to Innovate, Create Value, and Build Competitive Advantage (with Andrew Winston), New Haven: Yale University Press (2006). (revised and updated paperback edition from John Wiley Press in 2009)

Global Environmental Governance: Options and Opportunities (ed. with Maria Ivanova), New Haven: Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies (2002).

Greening the Americas: NAFTA’s Lessons for Hemispheric Trade (ed. with Carolyn Deere), Cambridge: MIT Press (2002).

Environmental Performance Measurement: The Global Report 2001-2002 (ed. with Peter Cornelius), New York: Oxford University Press (2002).

Regulatory Competition and Economic Integration: Comparative Perspectives (ed. with Damien Geradin), Oxford: Oxford University Press (2001).

Sustaining the Asia-Pacific Miracle: Environmental Protection and Economic Integration (with Andre Dua), Washington: Institute for International Economics (1997).

Thinking Ecologically: The Next Generation of Environmental Policy (ed. with Marian Chertow), New Haven: Yale University Press (1997).

Asian Dragons and Green Trade: Environment, Economics and International Trade (ed. with Simon Tay), Singapore: Times Academic Press (1996).

Greening the GATT: Trade, Environment and the Future, Washington: Institute for International Economics (1994).

Book Chapters

“Governing at the Trade-Environment Interface,” in Global Governance and the WTO (Gary Sampson, ed.), Tokyo, Japan: United Nations University Press (2008).

“Foreword,” in State of World 2008: Innovations for a Sustainable Economy in Christopher Flavin et al, eds.), Washington, DC: Worldwatch Institute (2008).

“Global Environmental Governance,” in Global Governance Reform (Colin Bradford and Johannes Linn, eds.), Washington, DC: Brookings Press (2006).

Government Interventions in a Global Arena (Frank Wijen et al, eds.), Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar (2005).

“Globalisation and Environmental Protection: A Global Governance Perspective,” (with Maria Ivanova) in A Handbook of Globalisation and Environmental Policy: National

Government Interventions in a Global Arena (Frank Wijen et al, eds.), Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar (2005).

“On Portney’s Complaint: Reconceptualizing Corporate Social Responsibility” in Environmental Protection and the Social Responsibility of Firms (2005).

"The Environmental Dimension of Economic Integration: The FTAA and Beyond" in Integrating the Americas: FTAA and Beyond (Entoni Estevadeordal et. al., eds.), Cambridge: Harvard University Press (2004).

"Strengthening the International Environmental Regime: A Transatlantic Perspective" in Transatlantic Economic Disputes: The EU, the US, and the WTO (Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann and Mark A. Pollack, eds.), Oxford: Oxford University Press (2003).

“Toward a Global Environmental Mechanism” (with Maria Ivanova), in Worlds Apart: Globalization and the Environment (James Gustave Speth, ed.), Washington, DC: Island Press (2003).

“Environmental Sustainability in the Arab World” (with Marc Levy and Andrew Winston), in The Arab World Competitiveness Report 2002-2003, New York: Oxford University Press (2003).

“Revitalizing Global Environmental Governance: A Function-Driven Approach” (with Maria Ivanova), in Global Environmental Governance: Options & Opportunities (Daniel C. Esty and Maria H. Ivanova, eds.), New Haven, CT: Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (2002).

“Trade and the Environment in the Americas: Overview of Key Issues” (with Carolyn L. Deere), in Greening the Americas: NAFTA’s Lessons for Hemispheric Trade (ed. with Carolyn Deere), Cambridge: MIT Press (2002).

“Environmental Governance at the WTO: Outreach to Civil Society” in Trade, Environment, and the Millennium, Second Edition (Gary P. Sampson and W. Bradnee Chambers, eds.), Tokyo: United Nations University Press (2002).

“National Environmental Performance Measurement and Determinants” (with Michael Porter), in Environmental Performance Measurement: The Global 2001-2002 Report (Daniel C. Esty and Peter Cornelius, eds.), New York: Oxford University Press (2002).

“Why Measurement Matters,” in Environmental Performance Measurement: The Global 2001-2002 Report (Daniel C. Esty and Peter Cornelius, eds.) New York: Oxford University Press (2002).

“Ranking National Environmental Regulation and Performance: A Leading Indicator of Future Competitiveness?” (with Michael Porter), in The Global Competitiveness Report 2001 (Michael E. Porter and Jeffrey Sachs, et al.), New York: Oxford University Press (2001).

“Regulatory Co-petition,” in Regulatory Competition and Economic Integration: Comparative Perspectives (Daniel C. Esty and Damien Geradin, eds.), Oxford: Oxford University Press (2001).

“We the People: Civil Society and the World Trade Organization,” in New Directions in International Economic Law: Essays in Honour of John H. Jackson (Marco Bronckers and Reinhard Quick, eds.), Great Britain: Kluwer Law International (2000).

“Measuring National Environmental Performance and Its Determinants,” in The Global Competitiveness Report 2000 (Michael Porter and Jeffrey Sachs, et al., eds.), New York: Oxford University Press (2000).

“Environment and the Trading System: Picking up the Post Seattle Pieces,” in The WTO After Seattle (Jeff Schott, ed.), (2000).

“Economic Integration and the Environment,” in The Global Environment: Institutions, Law, and Policy (Norman J. Vig and Regina S. Axelrod, eds.), Washington, DC: CQ Press (1999).

“The State Failure Project: Early Warning Research for U.S. Foreign Policy Planning” (with Jack Goldstone and Ted Robert Gurr, et al.), in Preventive Measures: Building Risk Assessment and Crisis Early Warning Systems (John L. Davis and Ted Robert Gurr eds.), Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield (1998).

“Environmentalists and Trade Policymaking,” in Constituent Interests and U.S. Trade Policies (Alan V. Deardorff and Robert M. Stern, eds.), Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, (1998).

“Pivotal States and the Environment,” in United States Strategy and the Pivotal States: Testing an Intellectual Hypothesis (Paul M. Kennedy et al., eds.), New York: Norton (1998).

“Environmental Protection” in Regional Trade Agreements: The European Community and NAFTA (with Damien Geradin), in Regionalism and Multilateralism After the Uruguay Round: Convergence, Divergence, and Interaction (Paul Demaret et al., eds.), Brussels, European Interuniversity Press (1997).

“APEC and Sustainable Development” (with Andre Dua), in Whither APEC?: The Progress to Date and Agenda for the Future (C. Fred Bergsten, ed.), Washington: Institute for International Economics (1997).

“Foreign Investment, Globalisation, and Environment” (with Brad Gentry), in Globalisation and Environment (Tom Jones, ed.), Paris: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (1997).

“Environmental Protection During the Transition to a Market Economy,” in Economies in Transition: Asia and Europe (Wing Woo, Stephen Parker, Jeffrey Sachs, eds.), Cambridge: MIT Press (1997).

“Environmental Regulation and Competitiveness: Theory and Practice,” in Asian Dragons and Green Trade: Environment, Economics and International Law (editor with Simon Tay), Singapore: Times Academic Press (1996).

“Greening World Trade,” in The World Trading System: Challenges Ahead (Jeffrey Schott, ed.), Washington: Institute for International Economics (1996).

“Balancing Free Trade and Intervention,” in Contemporary International Law Issues: Conflicts and Convergence (Wybo Heeve, ed.), The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Instituut (1995).

“Making Trade and Environment Policies Work Together,” in Trade and Environment: The Search for Balance (Damien Geradin et al. eds.), London: Cameron-May (1995).

“The Case for a Global Environmental Organization,” in Managing the World Economy: Fifty Years After Bretton Woods (Peter Kenen, ed.), Washington: Institute for International Economics (1994).

“Integrating Trade and Environmental Policymaking: First Steps in NAFTA,” in Trade and Environment: Law, Economics and Policy (Durwood Zaelke, ed.), Washington: Island Press (1993).

Journal Articles

“Climate Change and Global Environmental Governance,” Global Governance, 14:111–118 (2008).

“Rethinking Global Environmental Governance to Deal with Climate Change: The Multiple Logics of Global Collective Action,” American Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings 98:2 (2008).

“Good Governance at the Supranational Scale: Globalizing Administrative Law,” Yale Law Journal, vol. 115, no.7 (2006).

“From Local to Global: The Changing Face of the Environmental Challenge”, SAIS Review, Vol. XXVI, no.2, (Summer-Fall, 2006).

“National Environmental Performance: An Empirical Analysis of Policy Results and Determinants,” (with Michael E. Porter), Environment and Development Economics, vol. 10, no. 4 (2005).

“Environmental Protection in the Information Age,” NYU Law Review, vol. 79, no. 1 (2004).

“Rejoinder,” (response to David Henderson), World Trade Review, vol. 1, no. 3 (2002).

“The World Trade Organization’s Legitimacy Crisis,” World Trade Review, vol. 1, no. 1 (2002).

“A Term’s Limits,” Foreign Policy (September/October 2001).

“Bridging the Trade-Environment Divide,” Journal of Economic Perspectives, vol. 15, no. 3 (2001).

“Next Generation Environmental Law: A Response to Richard Stewart,” Capital University Law Review, vol. 29, no. 1 (2001).

“The Fount of Climate Change Scholarship,” The Yale Journal of International Law, vol. 25, no. 2 (2000).

“Regulatory Co-opetition,” Journal of International Economic Law, vol. 3, issue 2 (2000).

“An Environmental Perspective on Seattle,” Journal of International Economic Law , vol. 3, no. 1 (March 2000).

“Toward Optimal Environmental Governance,” New York University Law Review , vol. 74, no. 6 (1999).

Book Review, “Making International Environmental Treaties Work,” Journal of International Economic Law , vol. 2, issue 3 (1999).

“Sustaining the Asia Pacific Miracle,” Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law , vol. 3, issue 4 (1998).

“Linkages and Governance: NGOs at the World Trade Organization,” University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law , vol. 19, no. 3 (1998).

“Moving From National to International Environmental Policy” (with Robert Mendelsohn), Policy Sciences , vol. 31, no. 3 (1998).

“Industrial Ecology and Competitiveness” (with Michael E. Porter), Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol. 2, no. 1 (1998).

“Environmental Protection and International Competitiveness: A Conceptual Framework” (with Damien Geradin), Journal of World Trade, vol. 32, no. 3 (1998).

“Sustainable Development and Environmental Federalism,” Widener Symposium Law Journal , vol. 3 (1998).

“NGOs at the World Trade Organization: Cooperation, Competition, or Exclusion,” Journal of International Economic Law , vol. 1, no. 1 (March 1998).

“Market Access, Competitiveness, and Harmonization: Environmental Protection in Regional Trade Agreements” (with Damien Geradin), Harvard Environmental Law Review, vol. 21, no. 2 (1997).

“Stepping Up to the Global Environmental Challenge,” Fordham Environmental Law Journal , vol. xiii, no. 1 (1996).

“Revitalizing Environmental Federalism,” Michigan Law Review , vol. 95, no. 3 (1996).

“What's the Risk in Risk?” Yale Journal on Regulation, vol. 13, no. 2 (1996).

“Ökologisierung des GATT - oder ein “GATT” für die Umwelt,” Jahrbuch Ökologie 1996 (Udo Simonis, ed.), Munich: Beck (1996).

“Private Sector Foreign Investment and the Environment,” Review of European Community and International Environmental Law (RECIEL), vol. 4, issue 2 (1995).

“Unpacking the Trade and Environment Conflict,” Law and Policy in International Business, vol. 25, no. 4 Summer (1994).

“Making Trade and Environmental Policies Work Together: Lessons from NAFTA,” Aussenwirtschaft (The Swiss Review of International Economic Relations), vol. 49 (1994).

“GATTing the Greens: Not Just Greening the GATT,” Foreign Affairs, (November/December 1993).

“Environmental Protection and International Trade: Toward Mutually Supportive Rules and Policies” (with Peter Lallas and David Van Hoogstraten), Harvard Environmental Law Review, vol. 16, no. 2 (1992).

“Market Structure and Political Influence” (with Richard Caves), Economic Inquiry, (January 1983).

Other Articles

"The Path Beyond Kyoto,” in the Third Annual Global Colloquium of University Presidents: Position Papers From Colloquium Participants, New York University, November 28-29, 2007

“Ride the Wave of Go Under,” The Guardian, (November 5, 2007), p. 29.

“Jeffrey Immelt: Green Business Trailblazer,” Time, (October 23, 2007), available at time.com

“What Stakeholders Demand,” Harvard Business Review, (October 2007), p. 30.

“The Promise of Data-Driven Policymaking,” (with Reece Rushing) Issues in Science and Technology, vol. XXIII, no. 4 (Summer 2007), p. 67.

"Final Word," 2 Fast Company, (June 2007).

“When Being Green Puts You in the Black”, The Washington Post, p. B01 (March 4, 2007).

"Green is Beautiful: Helping the Planet Doesn't Have to Hurt Your Bottom Line," CIO Magazine, (Jan. 2, 2007).

“Greener Pastures”, Wall Street Journal, p. A.8, (Dec 29, 2006).

“Governing by the Numbers: The Promise of Data-Driven Policymaking in the Information Age” (with Reece Rushing), Center for American Progress (November 21, 2006).

"On My Mind: It's Easy Being Green," Forbes, (Oct. 2, 2006).

“Globalizing Administrative Law,” Administrative and Regulatory Law News, vol. 32, no. 1 (Fall 2006).

“Toward Data-Driven Decisionmaking: Why Measurement Matters,” Inside Green Business, vol. 1, no. 16 (16 August 2006).

“Energy Tide Turns Toward Alternatives,” Hartford Courant (27 June 2005).

“Measuring Up: Applying the Environmental Sustainability Index,” (with Tanja Srebotnjak) Yale Journal of International Affairs, vol. 1, issue 1 (Summer/Fall 2005).

“Sustainable Management of the Global Public Commons,” Background Studies Issue Paper,

International Task Force on Global Public Goods (February 2004).

“Lessons from Johannesburg,” The Yale Herald (Sept. 20, 2002).

“Thickening the International Environmental Regime,” Robert Schuman Centre Policy Paper Series, European University Institute (June 2002).

“Free Trade and Environmental Protection,” Paper presented at The Convergence of U.S. National Security and the Global Environment Sixth Conference, The Aspen Institute (May 27-June 2, 2002).

“In a High Tech Environment,” Worldlink (January/February 2002).

“A Term’s Limits”, (October, 2001).

“Toward Data-Driven Environmentalism: The Environmental Sustainability Index,” The Environmental Law Reporter, vol. xxxi, no. 5 (2001).

“Digital Earth: Saving the Environment,” OECD Observer, no. 226 (May 2001).

“The Value of Creating a Global Environmental Organization,” Environment Matters Annual Review (July 1999 - June 2000).

“Environmentalism by Number,” (with Kim Samuel-Johnson) Worldlink, (January/February 2001).

“Vers une organisation monndiale de l’environment?” Courrier de la Planete

(55-2000-1).

“Global Environment Agency Will Take Pressure Off WTO,” Financial Times (Thursday, July 13, 2000) (response to Calestous Juma’s “Stunting Green Progress”).

“An Earthy Effort,” Worldlink (September/October 2000).

“Trade Storms,” Worldlink (May/June 2000).

“Green Index,” Worldlink (January/February 2000).

“Feeding Frankenstein,” Worldlink (September/October 1999).

“No More Trade-Offs,” Worldlink (May/June 1999).

“Breaking Protocol,” Worldlink (November/December 1998).

“Globalization and the Environment,” The American Oxonian vol. LXXXV, no. 4 (Fall 1998).

“Clean Competition,” Worldlink (September/October 1998).

“Next Generation of Environmental Policy Looks to Industrial Ecology” (with Marian Chertow), Environmental Business Journal (January 1997).

“Environmental Policy: The Next Generation, (with Marian Chertow), Issues in Science and Technology (Fall 1997).

“Trade and Environment Mix,” Journal of Commerce (7 November 1997).

“U.S. Must Lead on the Environment,” Newsday (25 June 1997).

“Private Capital Flows: New and Additional Resources for Sustainable Development” (with Brad Gentry), Bridges to Sustainability: Business and Government Working Together for a Better Environment, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Bulletin Series, no. 101 (1997).

“Greening U.S. Aid to China” (with S. Dunn), China Business Review January-February 1997).

“A Difficult Position: China, Climate Change and Joint Implementation” (with Dan Rosen and Seth Dunn), China Review, issue 4, (Summer 1996).

“The Challenge of Going Green,” Harvard Business Review, vol. 72, no. 4 (1994).

“Toward a Greener GATT,” International Economic Insights, (March/April 1994).

“Rio Revisited: Turning the Giant's Head,” Ecodecision (September 1993).

“New Linkages and Policy Challenges,” The Environmental Forum, vol. 5, no. 4 (July/August 1992).

“Competitiveness – Not Just a Buzzword” (with Robert Herzstein), The New York Times, (January 1987).

Other Publications

2008 Environmental Performance Index, (with Mark A. Levy, Christine Kim, Alex de Sherbinin, Tanja Srebotnjak, Valentina Mara), New Haven: Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy (available at http://epi.yale.edu ).

Pilot 2006 Environmental Performance Index, (with Mark A. Levy, Tanja Srebotnjak, Alex de Sherbinin, Christine Kim, Bridget Anderson), New Haven: Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy (available at http://www.yale.edu/epi ).

2005 Environmental Sustainability Index (with Mark A. Levy, Tanja Srebotnjak, Alex de Sherbinin), New Haven: Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy (available at http://www.yale.edu/esi ).

“Making International Environmental Agreements Work: The Case for a Global Environmental Organization” (with Maria Ivanova). Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy Working Papers Series, Working Paper 2/1, http://www.yale.edu/gegdialogue ) (May 2001).

Environmental Sustainability Index 2002, Geneva: World Economic Forum (annual releases in 2000-2002) (available at http://www.ciesin.columbia.edu/indicators/esi ).

“Toward a Global Environmental Organization,” Toward Shared Responsibility and Global Leadership: A Report to the Leaders of the G-8 Member Countries (Bergsten, C.F. et al, 2001).

“Comment: Beyond the Club System,” Efficiency/Equity/Legitimacy: The Multilateral Trading System at the Millennium (Roger B. Porter, et al. eds.), Washington: Bookings Institution (2001).

NAFTA and the Environment (with Gary C. Hufbauer, Diana Orejas, Luis Rubio and Jeffrey J. Schott), Washington: Institute for International Economics (2000).

“Why the World Trade Organization Needs Environmental NGOs,” Public Participation in the International Trading System, vol. 1, no. 3 (1997).

“Environment and Security: Borders and the Biosphere,” The Convergence of U.S. National Security and the Global Environment (Dick Clark, ed.), Washington: Aspen Institute (1996).

“Policy Implications from Long-Term Scenarios: the Global Environment,” Globalisation and Linkages to 2020, Paris: OECD (1996).

Restructuring the Global Environmental Facility (with J. Koehler), Washington: Overseas Development Council (1993).

AWARDS

Inc.Magazine 30 best business books in the past 30 years (for Green to Gold) (2009)

Hadassah Environmental Leadership Award (2008)

Business: Management & Leadership category of the National Best Books 2007 Award (for Green to Gold)

Bronze ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year in Business & Economy (for Green to Gold)

Academy of Management 2007 book prize finalist (for Green to Gold)

Wirtschaftsbuchpreis 2007 Business Book of the year – Frankfort Book Fair Prize, (Zurich 2007) (for Green to Gold)

American Bar Association Award for Distinguished Achievement in Environmental Law and Policy (2002)

Environment Canada Distinguished Lecturer (2001)

Named in 2000 by The Earth Times as one of the 100 most influential non-governmental officials in the world

World Economic Forum (1999) “Global Leader for Tomorrow(one of 100 worldwide)

Named in 1998 by The Earth Times world’s “100 most influential environmental leaders”

1997 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency New England Regional Merit Award in recognition of the Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy’s “Next Generation” Environmental Reform Project

1995-96 Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Teaching Award

1994-95 Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Teaching Award

1993 Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellowship

1992 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Fitzhugh Green Award (for “exceptional contributions to international environmental protection” reflecting work negotiating Climate Change Treaty, North American Free Trade Agreement, and the Rio Earth Summit)