1. Climate Suffering
  2. Paul Wapner
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  1. Explaining Variation in Transnational Climate Change Activism: The Role of Inter-Movement Spillover
  2. Jennifer Hadden
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  1. Local–Global Linkages in Environmental Governance: The Case of Crop Genetic Resources
  2. Zuhre Aksoy
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  1. On the Design of an International Governance Framework for Geoengineering
  2. Ian D. Lloyd, Michael Oppenheimer
  3. pp. 45-63
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  1. Rescuing EU Emissions Trading: Mission Impossible?
  2. Jørgen Wettestad
  3. pp. 64-81
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  1. Security in Climate Change Discourse: Analyzing the Divergence between US and EU Approaches to Policy
  2. Jarrod Hayes, Janelle Knox-Hayes
  3. pp. 82-101
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  1. Frames of Climate Change in Side Events from Kyoto to Durban
  2. Mattias Hjerpe, Katarina Buhr
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  1. Localized Responses to Unsustainable Growth
  2. Hélène Ducros
  3. pp. 122-128
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  1. Saving Global Fisheries: Reducing Fishing Capacity to Promote Sustainability by Samuel J. Barkin and Elizabeth R. DeSombre (review)
  2. Rachel G. Tiller
  3. pp. 129-130
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  1. Disaggregating International Regimes: A New Approach to Evaluation and Comparison by Olav Schram Stokke (review)
  2. James Hollway
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  1. Histories of the Dustheap: Waste, Material Cultures, Social Justice ed. by Elizabeth Mazzolini and Stephanie Foote (review)
  2. Bryan McDonald
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  1. Contributors
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