Encyclopedia of global environmental governance and politics / Philipp H. Pattberg, Fariborz Zelli, editors.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Cheltenham : Edward elgar, 2015.
  • Cheltenham, UK Edward Elgar, [2015]
  • ©2015
Description
xxxi, 563 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS -- 1. Anthropocene and planetary boundaries / Victor Galaz -- 2. Consumerism / Jane Lister -- 3. Earth system governance / Frank Biermann -- 4. Environment and nature / Paul Wapner -- 5. Global environmental governance / Oscar Widerberg -- 6. Inclusive development / Mir jam A.F. Ros-Tonen -- 7. Liberal environmentalism and governance norms / Steven Bernstein -- 8. Risk / Ortwin Renn -- 9. Sustainable development / Isa Baud -- pt. II THEORIES AND METHODS -- 10. Constructivism and sociological institutionalism / Gerry Nagtzaam -- 11. Cost-benefit analysis / Simon Dietz -- 12. Deep ecology / Kate Booth -- 13. Deliberative policy analysis / Hayley Stevenson -- 14. Feminism / Annica Kronsell -- 15. Governmentality / Delf Rothe -- 16. Integrated assessment modeling / Marcel Kok -- 17. Neo-Gramscianism / Chukwumerije Okereke -- 18. Neoliberal institutionalism / Thijs Van de Graaf -- 19. Qualitative comparative analysis / Arild Underdal.
  • Note continued: 20. Quantitative comparative analysis / Aseem Prakash -- 21. Simulations / Robert V. Bartlett -- 22. Teaching global environmental governance / Maria Ivanova -- 23. World society / Evan Schofer -- pt. III ACTORS -- 24. Civil society / Karin Backstrand -- 25. European Union / Andrew Jordan -- 26. Individuals / Tom Oliver -- 27. International bureaucracies / Bernd Siebenhuner -- 28. Media / Marija Isailovic -- 29. Private sector / Jonatan Pinkse -- 30. Religious movements / Randolph Haluza-DeLay -- 31. Scientists and experts / Silke Beck -- 32. States / Daniel Compagnon -- 33. United Nations / Kathryn Chelminski -- pt. IV INSTITUTIONS -- 34. Clubs / Sylvia Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen -- 35. International organizations / Stiffen Bauer -- 36. Mega-conferenccs / Sander Chan -- 37. Private environmental governance / Marija Isailovic -- 38. Public-private partnerships / Aysem Mert -- 39. Regimes / Eleni Dellas -- pt. V ISSUE AREAS -- 40. Air pollution / Jorgen Wettestad.
  • Note continued: 41. Arctic / Oscar Widerberg -- 42. Biological diversity / Morten Walloe Tvedt -- 43. Biosafety and genetically modified organisms / Aarti Gupta -- 44. Chemicals / Nils Simon -- 45. Climate change / Pier Vellinga -- 46. Desertification / Steffen Bauer -- 47. Fisheries and whaling / Olav Schram Stokke -- 48. Forestry / Tobias Nielsen -- 49. Hazardous waste / Katja Biedenkopf -- 50. Ocean space / Jan Stel -- 51. Ozone depletion / Sophie Godin-Beekmann -- 52. Phosphorus / Stuart White -- 53. Renewable energy / Kacper Szulecki -- 54. Water / Erika Weinthal -- 55. Wetlands / Kyle Magyera -- pt. VI CROSS-CUTTING QUESTIONS AND EMERGING TOPICS -- 56. Effectiveness / Steinar Andresen -- 57. Environmental policy diffusion / Per-Olof Busch -- 58. Environmental policy integration / Mans Nilsson -- 59. Green economy / Miriam Lang -- 60. Institutional fragmentation / Fariborz Zelli -- 61. Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development Goals / Marianne Beisheim.
  • Note continued: 62. Orchestration / Kenneth W. Abbott -- pt. VII BORDERS AND INTERLINKAGES -- 63. Agriculture / Dominic Moran -- 64. Food / Jennifer Clapp -- 65. Health / Kristina Jonsson -- 66. Poverty / Lennart Olssun -- 67. Security / Rita Floyd -- 68. Trade / Robyn Eckersley.
ISBN
  • 1782545786
  • 9781782545781
LCCN
5015940685
OCLC
936408486
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