1. Counter-Summitry: La Via Campesina, the People’s Summit, and Rio+20
  2. David Meek
  3. pp. 11-18
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  1. Oppose, Support, or Hedge?: Distributional Effects, Regulatory Pressure, and Business Strategy in Environmental Politics
  2. Jonas Meckling
  3. pp. 19-37
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  1. Fair and Equitable Negotiations?: African Influence and the International Access and Benefit-Sharing Regime
  2. Brendan Coolsaet, John Pitseys
  3. pp. 38-56
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  1. From ‘Go Slow’ to ‘Gung Ho’?: Climate Engineering Discourses in the UK, the US, and Germany
  2. Sebastian Harnisch, Stephanie Uther, Miranda Boettcher
  3. pp. 57-78
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  1. Money or Mandate?: Why International Organizations Engage with the Climate Change Regime
  2. Nina Hall
  3. pp. 79-97
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  1. Marketing Renewable Energy through Geopolitics: Solar Farms in Israel
  2. Itay Fischhendler, Daniel Nathan, Dror Boymel
  3. pp. 98-120
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  1. An Uneasy Equilibrium: The Coordination of Climate Governance in Federated Systems
  2. David J. Gordon
  3. pp. 121-141
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  1. Security or Sovereignty?: Institutional and Critical Approaches to the Global Food Crisis
  2. Anya M. Galli
  3. pp. 142-147
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  1. Eco-Business: A Big-Brand Takeover of Sustainability by Peter Dauvergne, Jane Lister (review)
  2. Stephen E. Van Holde
  3. pp. 148-150
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  1. The Globalization of Clean Energy Technology: Lessons from China by Kelly Sims Gallagher (review)
  2. Erika Weinthal
  3. pp. 150-151
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  1. Environmentalism, Resistance, and Solidarity: The Politics of Friends of the Earth International by Brian Doherty, Timothy Doyle (review)
  2. Sarah S. Stroup
  3. pp. 152-153
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. iii-vi
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