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Die Norm Der Nachhaltigkeit Im Globalen Regimekomplex Für Ernährung – Anerkannt Und Doch Umstritten

Sandra Schwindenhammer, Helmut Breitmeier, Barbara Kirf
Published 2017 · Political Science

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ZusammenfassungIm globalen Regimekomplex für Ernährung existieren unterschiedliche Normkonzepte. Neben der Verwirklichung von Nahrungssicherheit werden heute auch die Realisierung von Ernährungssicherheit, Ernährungssouveränität und Nachhaltigkeit diskutiert. Der Beitrag analysiert die Entwicklung der Norm der Nachhaltigkeit. Darüber hinaus zeigt er anhand qualitativer Fallstudien, dass in zentralen Teilsegmenten des Regimekomplexes (FAO, UNEP, WTO, WHO) Normkonflikte mit anderen Normen bestehen. Der Beitrag diskutiert zudem, inwiefern inter-institutionelle Arrangements zur Normweiterentwicklung beitragen können.AbstractIn the global regime complex for food, there are multiple coexisting norms. Traditionally, food security has been at the forefront of this complex; however, other aspects such as nutrition security, food sovereignty, and sustainability become increasingly important. This article focusses on the development of the sustainability norm. Applying qualitative case study research, the analysis detects norm conflicts between the sustainability norm and other norms within key institutions of the regime complex (FAO, UNEP, WTO, WHO) and discusses the regulatory potential of inter-institutional arrangements for collaborative norm development.
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