Sikina Jinnah

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Sikina Jinnah

Biography, Education and Training

PhD U.C. Berkeley Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management


MS University of Montana, Missoula Department of Environmental Studies


B.A. (honors) U.C. Berkeley Environmental Science

Honors, Awards and Grants


  • 2016 Harold and Margaret Sprout Award for best book in international environmental affairs (for Post-treaty Politics), International Studies Association 

  • 2014 William Cromwell Award for Outstanding Teaching, American University School of International Service 

  • Additional awards and honors are listed here: http://www.sikinajinnah.com/awards--honors.html

Selected Publications

BOOKS


Jinnah, Sikina. 2014. Post-treaty Politics: Secretariat Influence in Global Environmental Governance.  MIT Press.

Nicholson, Simon and Jinnah, Sikina (eds). 2016. New Earth Politics. MIT Press. 


ARTICLES


Jinnah, Sikina. (Forthcoming 2016) “Makers, Takers, Shakers, Shapers: Emerging Economies and Normative Engagement in Climate Governance” Global Governance
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Jinnah, Sikina and Abby Lindsay (2016). “Diffusion through Issue Linkage: Environmental Norms in U.S. Trade Agreements” Global Environmental Politics 16(3):41-61

Jinnah, Sikina and Abby Lindsay. (2015). “Secretariat Influence on Trade-Environment Politics: NAFTA’s Commission on Environmental Cooperation” Review of Policy Research. 32(1): 124-145.

Jinnah, Sikina and Elisa Morgera. (2013) “Environmental Provisions in US and EU Trade Agreements: A Comparative Analysis” Review of European Comparative and International Environmental Law. 22(3): 224-339.

Jinnah, Sikina. (2011) “Climate Change Bandwagoning: The Impacts of Strategic Linkages on Regime Design, Maintenance, and Death” Global Environmental Politics. 11(3):1-9.

Jinnah, Sikina. (2011) “Marketing Linkages: Secretariat Governance of the Climate-Biodiversity Interface” Global Environmental Politics. 11(3): 23-43.

Jinnah, Sikina. (2011) “Strategic Linkages: The Evolving Role of Trade Agreements in Global Environmental Governance” Journal of Environment and Development. 20(2): 191-215.

Jinnah, Sikina and Julia Kennedy. (2011) “A New Era of Trade-Environment Politics: Learning from US Leadership and its Consequences Abroad” Whitehead Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations. XII(1):95-109.

Bushey, Douglas and Sikina Jinnah. (2010) Evolving Responsibility? The Principle of Common but Differentiated Responsibility in the UNFCCC," Berkeley Journal of International Law Publicist 28(6):1-10.

Jinnah, Sikina. (2010) “Overlap Management in the World Trade Organization: Secretariat Influence on Trade-Environment Politics,” Global Environmental Politics. 11(2): 54-79.

Jinnah, Sikina, Douglas Bushey, Miquel Muñoz, and Kati Kulovesi. (2009) “Tripping Points: Barriers and Bargaining Chips on the Road to Copenhagen,”Environmental Research Letters. (4): 1-6.

Jinnah, Sikina and Stefan Jungcurt. (2009) Could Access Requirements Stifle Your Research?”  Science. 323(5913): 644-645.  

Jinnah, Sikina. (2003) “Emissions Trading Under the Kyoto Protocol: NAFTA and WTO Concerns,”Georgetown International Environmental Law Review.15(1): 709-761.


BOOK SECTIONS AND CHAPTERS

Jinnah, Sikina. 2016. "Climate." Why Govern? Amitav Acharya (ed.)  Cambridge University Press.

Jinnah, Sikina and Abby Lindsay. “Navigating NAFTA’s Environmental Provisions: The Role of the Secretariat” inTrilateral Ecopolitics: Continuity and Change in Canadian-American-Mexican Environmental Relations. Peter Stoett and Owen Temby (eds.) Under review at Albany: SUNY Press, expected publication 2017.

Jinnah, Sikina and Goueun Lee. (2014) “Diplomacy and Environmental Policy: Endangered Species and Others at Risk (1950s-present)” in The Guide to U.S. Environmental Policy, Sally Fairfax and Ed Russell (eds.) Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Pres

Jinnah, Sikina. (2013) “Overlap Management in the World Trade Organization: Secretariat Influence on Trade-Environment Politics” in Institutional Aspects of International Trade Law,Tomer Broude and Michelle Ratton Sanchez Badin (eds.) London, UK: Ashgate.

Jinnah, Sikina. (2012) “Trade-Environment Politics: The Emerging Role of Regional Trade Agreements” InHandbook of Global Environmental Politics, Peter Dauvergne (ed.) Cheltenham, UK and Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing. 386-402

Jinnah, Sikina. (2012) “Singing the Unsung: The Key Role of Secretariats in Global Environmental Politics” InThe Roads from Rio: Lessons Learned from Twenty Years of Multilateral Environmental Negotiations, Pamela Chasek and Lynn Wagner (eds.) London: Routledge Press.

Jinnah, Sikina and Alexandra Conliffe. (2012) “Climate Change Bandwagoning: Impacts of Climate Change on Global Environmental Governance” In The Roads from Rio: Lessons Learned from Twenty Years of Multilateral Environmental Negotiations , Pamela Chasek and Lynn Wagner (eds.) London: Routledge Press.

Wright, Heather and Sikina Jinnah. (2010)“Effectiveness, Efficiency and Equity in REDD Implementation: What Can We Learn from Past Experience?” In Advances in Environmental Research Volume 7. Justin A. Daniels (Ed.), 1-7. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers. 

Jinnah, Sikina. (2010) “The World Trade Organization,” In Green Politics, Paul Robbins, Dustin Mulvaney, and J. Geoffrey Golson (eds.), 441-444. Thousand Oaks: Sage Reference. 

Jinnah, Sikina. (2009) “The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species,” In The Encyclopedia of Global Warming, Steven I. Dutch (Ed.), 281-283.Pasadena: Salem Press. 

Jinnah, Sikina. (2009) “The Convention on Biological Diversity,” In The Encyclopedia of Global Warming, Steven I. Dutch (Ed.), 279-281. Pasadena: Salem Press.


Teaching Interests

Dr. Jinnah teaches courses on global climate change politics, international environmental politics, and global governance.