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Peter Dauvergne

This significant collection surveys 41 pioneering and influential articles in the field of environmental politics. It maps the historical trends and current research directions, revealing the most important debates and findings in this energetic area of scholarship. Themes covered include international agreements and state negotiations, global governance, government policymaking, environmental security, the world economy, consumption, civil society and knowledge and justice.
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Peter Dauvergne

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Peter Dauvergne

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Geir Hønneland

The Arctic ice cap is melting and scientists are uncertain about how this will affect ecosystems. At the same time, the Arctic is the object of heated political discussion. Who shall extract the oil when the ice disappears? How are marine delimitation lines established? Who will control the new sea routes that are opening up? Who actually owns the Arctic? This research review by a leading academic in the field, brings together some of the most authoritative journal articles on Arctic politics published since the end of the Cold War. The articles discuss circumpolar and regional Arctic governance, including the claim that a ‘scramble for the Arctic’ is underway.
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Geir Hønneland

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Geir Hønneland

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Aynsley Kellow and Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen

This highly topical research review explores how environmental science and energy policy relate to international politics and policy. This complex and essentially interdisciplinary subject has been the core about which academics have fiercely debated and, as yet, unsuccessfully reached satisfactory negotiations.
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Aynsley Kellow and Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen