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The importance of international resource governance has a particular impact on developing countries, many of whom are reliant on the export of commodities. The IGD’s research considers both the continuity and change that has occurred in shaping approaches to natural resource governance. Central to this focus is the role of the AU and the regional economic communities (RECs) in the management of the continent’s environmental resources. International pressure for scarce resources, along with Africa’s own developmental concerns and need to account for the impacts of climate change, will only see increased pressure for regional coordination on both renewable and nonrenewable natural resources.

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