Edited by Peter Dauvergne
The first Handbook of original articles by leading scholars of global environmental politics, this landmark volume maps the latest theoretical and empirical research in this young and growing field. Captured here are the dynamic and energetic debates over concerns for the health of the planet and how they might best be addressed.
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- Handbook of Global Environmental Politics
- Chapter 1: Global Environmental Politics: Handbook Topics and Themes
- Chapter 2: Research in Global Environmental Politics: History and Trends
- Chapter 3: Garrett Hardin and Tragedies of Global Commons
- Chapter 4: Studying the Global Commons: Governance Without Politics?
- Chapter 5: Globalization and Environmental Protection on the High Seas
- Chapter 6: Renewable Energy and International Politics
- Chapter 7: Effectiveness, Capacity Development and International Environmental Cooperation
- Chapter 8: Why Environmental Politics Looks Different from the South
- Chapter 9: Man, The State and Nature: Rethinking Environmental Security
- Chapter 10: Filthy Rich, Not Dirt Poor! How Nature Nurtures Civil Violence
- Chapter 11: Why is There No Unified Theory of Environmental Governance?
- Chapter 12: Towards a Political Economy of Global Environmental Governance
- Chapter 13: Environmental Governance . . . or Government? The International Politics of Environmental Instruments
- Chapter 14: Environmental Regulation, Certification and Corporate Standards: A Critique
- Chapter 15: Incentives Affecting Land Use Decisions of Nonindustrial Private Forest Landowners
- Chapter 16: Green Political Economy and the Promise of the Social Economy
- Chapter 17: Moving the Earth: Cars and the Dynamics of Environmental Politics
- Chapter 18: Transnational Corporations and Global Environmental Governance
- Chapter 19: Environmental Policy and the Environmental Kuznets Curve: Can Developing Countries Escape the Detrimental Consequences of Economic Growth?
- Chapter 20: Trade Liberalization and Global Environmental Governance: The Potential for Conflict
- Chapter 21: The Environment, Trade and International Organizations
- Chapter 22: Race to the Middle: Environmental Politics in the Mercosur Free Trade Agreement
- Chapter 23: Science and Environmental Citizenship
- Chapter 24: Science and International Environmental Governance
- Chapter 25: Knowledge and Global Environmental Policy
- Chapter 26: Vulnerability Analysis and Environmental Governance
- Chapter 27: Growth and Fragmentation in Expert Networks: The Elusive Quest for Integrated Water Resources Management
- Chapter 28: After Nature: Environmental Politics in a Postmodern Age
- Chapter 29: Transnational Environmental Harm, Inequity and the Cosmopolitan Response
- Chapter 30: Gaia Theory: Intimations for Global Environmental Politics
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