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  1. Taking Technology Seriously: Introduction to the Special Issue on New Technologies and Global Environmental Politics
  2. Simon Nicholson, Jesse L. Reynolds
  3. pp. 1-8
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  1. Nature 4.0: Assisted Evolution, De-extinction, and Ecological Restoration Technologies
  2. Leslie Paul Thiele
  3. pp. 9-27
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  1. Governing New Biotechnologies for Biodiversity Conservation: Gene Drives, International Law, and Emerging Politics
  2. Jesse L. Reynolds
  3. pp. 28-48
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  1. Precision Technologies for Agriculture: Digital Farming, Gene-Edited Crops, and the Politics of Sustainability
  2. Jennifer Clapp, Sarah-Louise Ruder
  3. pp. 49-69
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  1. Large-Scale Carbon Dioxide Removal: The Problem of Phasedown
  2. Edward A. Parson, Holly J. Buck
  3. pp. 70-92
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  1. Steering and Influence in Transnational Climate Governance: Nonstate Engagement in Solar Geoengineering Research
  2. Joshua B. Horton, Barbara Koremenos
  3. pp. 93-111
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  1. Redefining Waste to Create Action: The Economic Considerations and Cultural Politics of Global Waste
  2. Ellen E. Moore
  3. pp. 112-117
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  1. The Politics of the Anthropocene by John S. Dryzek and Jonathan Pickering (review)
  2. Conrad George
  3. pp. 118-120
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  1. Climate Change and Ocean Governance: Politics and Policy for Threatened Seas ed. by Paul G. Harris (review)
  2. Elizabeth Nyman
  3. pp. 120-121
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  1. Beyond Greenwash? Explaining Credibility in Transnational Eco-Labeling by Hamish van der Ven (review)
  2. Thomas Hickmann
  3. pp. 121-123
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