1. Lost in Translation: Climate Denial and the Return of the Political
  2. Gert Goeminne
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  1. A General Theory of Climate Denial
  2. Peter J. Jacques
  3. pp. 9-17
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  1. Politicizing Environmental Science Does Not Mean Denying Climate Science Nor Endorsing It Without Question
  2. Tim Forsyth
  3. pp. 18-23
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  1. Moving Forward in the Climate Negotiations: Multilateralism or Minilateralism?
  2. Robyn Eckersley
  3. pp. 24-42
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  1. Understanding the Paradoxes of Multilevel Governing: Climate Change Policy in the European Union
  2. Andrew Jordan, Harro van Asselt, Frans Berkhout, Dave Huitema, Tim Rayner
  3. pp. 43-66
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  1. EU Climate and Energy Policy: A Hesitant Supranational Turn?
  2. Jørgen Wettestad, Per Ove Eikeland, Måns Nilsson
  3. pp. 67-86
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  1. Climate Challenges, Ecological Modernization, and Technological Forcing: Policy Lessons from a Comparative US-EU Analysis
  2. Joseph Szarka
  3. pp. 87-109
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  1. It's About Development, Stupid!International Climate Policy in a Changing World
  2. Steffen Bauer
  3. pp. 110-115
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  1. Human Rights and Environmental Sustainability (review)
  2. Armelle Gouritin
  3. pp. 116-117
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  1. The New Scramble for Africa (review)
  2. Christopher Gore
  3. pp. 117-119
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  1. Global Commodity Governance: State Responses to Sustainable Forest and Fisheries Certification (review)
  2. Paul Foley
  3. pp. 120-122
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. iii-v
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