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  1. Environmental Terrorism Twenty Years On
  2. Elizabeth L. Chalecki
  3. pp. 1-9
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  1. Valuing Nature to Save It? The Centrality of Valuation in the New Spirit of Conservation
  2. Sylvain Maechler, Valérie Boisvert
  3. pp. 10-30
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  1. From Gender-Blind to Gender Bind: Foregrounding Gender in the History of the UNFCCC
  2. Joanna Flavell
  3. pp. 31-51
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  1. Faith in Science: Religion and Climate Change Attitudes in the Middle East
  2. Nimah Mazaheri
  3. pp. 52-75
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  1. Transnational Governing at the Climate–Biodiversity Frontier: Employing a Governmentality Perspective
  2. Anouk Fransen, Harriet Bulkeley
  3. pp. 76-99
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  1. Leveraging “Enabling Power” Through Awarding in Global Climate Governance: Catalytic Impacts of UNFCCC’s Global Climate Action Award
  2. Aron Teunissen, Sander Chan
  3. pp. 100-123
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  1. The Longue Durée of International Environmental Norm Change: Global Environmental Politics Meets the English School of International Relations
  2. Robert Falkner
  3. pp. 124-137
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  1. Toward a Typology of Environmental Cooperation in Postconflict Settings: The Case of Jordan and Israel
  2. Rina Kedem, Eran Feitelson, Suleiman Halasah, Yael Teff-Seker
  3. pp. 138-154
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  1. The Ecocentrists: A History of Radical Environmentalism by Keith Makoto Woodhouse (review)
  2. Jennifer Hadden
  3. pp. 155-157
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