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Volume 13, Number 4, November 2013

Table of Contents


pp. iii-v

Special Forum on Rio 20

The Contested Legacy of Rio + 20

pp. 1-11

Rio+20: Sustainable Development in a Time of Multilateral Decline

pp. 12-21

Research Articles

Three Ways to Understand State Actors in International Negotiations: Climate Change in the Clinton Years (1993–2000)

pp. 22-40

No Talk, Some Walk: Obama Administration First-Term Rhetoric on Climate Change and US International Climate Budget Commitments

pp. 41-60

Explaining Growing Climate Policy Differences Between the European Union and the United States

pp. 61-80

Wild Spaces or Polluted Places: Contentious Policies, Consensus Institutions, and Environmental Performance in Industrialized Democracies

pp. 81-100

Framing “The Climate Issue”: Patterns of Participation and Prognostic Frames among Climate Summit Protesters

pp. 101-122

Governing Ecosystem Carbon

pp. 123-143

Neoliberalism, Environmental Justice, and the Convention on Biological Diversity: How Problematizing the Commodification of Nature Affects Regime Effectiveness

pp. 144-163

Book Reviews

Adapting Institutions: Governance, Complexity and Social-Ecological Resilience ed. by Emily Boyd and Carl Folke (review)

pp. 164-165

Building International Climate Cooperation: Lessons for the Weapons and Trade Regimes for Achieving International Climate Goals by Ruth Greenspan Bell et al. (review)

pp. 166-167

Integrating Climate, Energy, and Air Pollution Policies by Gary Bryner and Robert J. Duffy (review)

pp. 168-169

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