In this Issue
Global Environmental Politics examines the relationship between global political forces and environmental change, with particular attention given to the implications of local-global interactions for environmental management as well as the implications of environmental change for world politics. Contributions to the journal come from across the disciplines including political science, international relations, sociology, history, human geography, public policy, science and technology studies, environmental ethics, law, economics, and environmental science.
published byThe MIT Press
viewing issueVolume 15, Number 4, November 2015
Table of Contents
- Bourdieu and the IPCC’s Symbolic Power
- pp. 85-104
- Free Trade and/or Environmental Protection?
- pp. 105-129
- Change in Global Environmental Governance
- pp. 130-135
- pp. iii-v
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