1. Transparency in the Extractive Industries: Time to Ask for More
  2. Raimund Bleischwitz
  3. pp. 1-9
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  1. The Rise of Renewable Energy Protectionism: Emerging Trade Conflicts and Implications for Low Carbon Development
  2. Joanna I. Lewis
  3. pp. 10-35
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  1. The Changing Nature of Nature: Environmental Politics in the Anthropocene
  2. Paul Wapner
  3. pp. 36-54
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  1. The World Bank and Negotiating the Red Sea and Dead Sea Water Conveyance Project
  2. Neda Zawahri, Erika Weinthal
  3. pp. 55-74
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  1. Contesting Climate Injustice: Transnational Advocacy Network Struggles for Rights in UN Climate Politics
  2. David Ciplet
  3. pp. 75-96
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  1. Blame Games in the Amazon: Environmental Crises and the Emergence of a Transparency Regime in Brazil
  2. Raoni Rajão, Yola Georgiadou
  3. pp. 97-115
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  1. Basins at Risk: Predicting International River Basin Conflict and Cooperation
  2. Thomas Bernauer, Tobias Böhmelt
  3. pp. 116-138
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  1. State and Society in China’s Environmental Politics
  2. Matthew Gaudreau
  3. pp. 139-144
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  1. Environmental Litigation in China: A Study in Political Ambivalence by Rachel E. Stern (review)
  2. Phillip Stalley
  3. pp. 145-147
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  1. From Precaution to Profit: Contemporary Challenges to Environmental Protection in the Montreal Protocol by Brian J. Gareau (review)
  2. David L. Downie
  3. pp. 147-150
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  1. Rethinking Private Authority: Agents and Entrepreneurs in Global Environmental Governance by Jessica F. Green (review)
  2. Lars H. Gulbrandsen
  3. pp. 150-152
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. iii-iv
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