Mol and van den Burg, 2004 – about globalization, and local environmental governance-
They point out that a large number of globalisation studies green on an importance of understanding the nature of local environmental governance – there are two levels of the issue: a relations between the local and global level and relations among states, market and civil society. Furthermore, he agrees with Castells (1996/1997) that „global economic, technological, cultural and political developments do not determine local social practises and institutions.“
The second line lies in relations among state, market and civil society. Interpretations among scholars differ because some ether stick to rather conventional visions of state, market and civil society and see the change in governing their interactions. „Public priváte partnerships, environmental NGOs that take up state tasks or even become a market actor..“ (Mol and van den Burg, 2004, p. 318). Others question even the adequacy of the existing concepts and theories. In fact, the developments in different categories and terminology on globalisation debate made some scholar work on rethinking and redifinding these relations.