1. Notes on the Theorizing of Global Environmental Politics
  2. Thomas Princen*
  3. pp. 1-5
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  1. The Importance of Critical Environmental Studies in the New Environmentalism
  2. Paul Wapner*
  3. pp. 6-13
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  1. The Architecture of Global Environmental Governance: Bringing Science to Bear on Policy
  2. Oran R. Young
  3. pp. 14-32
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  1. The World Trade Organization's Report on the EU's Moratorium on Biotech Products: The Wisdom of the US Challenge to the EU in the WTO
  2. Sarah Lieberman, Tim Gray
  3. pp. 33-52
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  1. Underneath Kyoto: Emerging Subnational Government Initiatives and Incipient Issue-Bundling Opportunities in China and the United States
  2. Peter H. Koehn
  3. pp. 53-77
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  1. When Ambiguity in Treaty Design Becomes Destructive: A Study of Transboundary Water
  2. Itay Fischhendler
  3. pp. 111-136
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  1. Identifying US Preferences and a Way Forward in the Ozone, Climate and Forests Regimes
  2. Lynn M. Wagner
  3. pp. 137-142
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  1. Denaturalizing Ecological Politics: Alienation from Nature from Rousseau to the Frankfurt School and Beyond (review)
  2. Paul Wapner
  3. pp. 143-144
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  1. The Multi-Governance of Water: Four Case Studies (review)
  2. Larry A. Swatuk
  3. pp. 145-146
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  1. Green Cities: Urban Growth and the Environment (review)
  2. Michele Betsill
  3. pp. 147-148
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  1. Erratum
  2. p. ii
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. iii-iv
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  1. Editors' Note
  2. Jennifer Clapp, Matthew Paterson
  3. pp. ix-x
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