Considerable progress has been achieved in international policy, but serious problems concerning rule-making, implementation and inter-policy coordination remain. Proposals for improvement range from the pursuit of incremental changes to a fundamental restructuring and the creation of a world organization. Despite the fact that environmental problems can even lead to violent conflict, the creation of new institutions would hardly constitute an effective response to the existing challenges as it would leave the root of the problem, the lack of political will of states, untouched.
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