Self-regulation; Mexico; environmental governance; private authority; Clean Industry
This paper will explain and analyse how the Mexican state calls on private actors to
ensure higher level of compliance with domestic environmental regulations and what
are the outcomes of such dynamics in terms of environmental governance. The paper
argues that it is in developing countries, where the state has little resources to ensure
that business actors will comply with existing environmental regulations that
voluntary regulations need to be assessed. In Mexico, the framework within which
voluntary regulations take place is actually designed and shaped by the state but
increasingly operated by private actors.
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