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Comparative environmental politics : theory, practice, and prospects / edited by Paul F. Steinberg and Stacy D. VanDeveer
PRINT PRINT | MIT Press | c2012
Available at WMS STACKS (Call number: GE180 .C655 2012)
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x, 424 p. ; 24 cm
American and comparative environmental policy
American and comparative environmental policy
Includes bibliographical references and index
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1 Series Foreword ix
1 Acknowledgments xi
1 List of Contributors xiii
I. 1 Building Bridges: Comparative Politics and the Environment 1
1. 1 Comparative Environmental Politics in a Global World, Stacy D. VanDeveer 3
2. 1 Bridging Archipelagos: Connecting Comparative Politics and Environmental Politics, Stacy D. VanDeveer 29
II. 1 Greening States and Societies 61
3. 1 Greening the State?, James Meadowcroft 63
4. 1 Globalization of Environmental Concern, Richard York 89
III. 1 Nonstate Actors and Social Mobilization 113
5. 1 Comparative Study of Environmental Movements, Kate O'Neill 115
6. 1 Business-State Relations and the Environment: The Evolving Role of Corporate Social Responsibility, Erika Weinthal 143
7. 1 Political Parties and the "Meaning of Greening" in European Politics, Michael O'Neill 171
IV. 1 Institutional Effectiveness across Political Systems 197
8. 1 Democracy and the Environment in Latin America and Eastern Europe, Kathryn Hochstetler 199
9. 1 Institutional Change in Authoritarian Regimes: Water and the State in Egypt, Jeannie Sowers 231
10. 1 Welcome to the Jungle: Policy Theory and Political Instability, Paul F. Steinberg 255
V. 1 Comparative Multilevel Governance 285
11. 1 EU Expansion and the Internationalization of Environmental Politics in Central and Eastern Europe, Stacy D. VanDeveer 287
12. 1 Local Institutions and the Governance of Forest Commons, Arun Agrawal 313
13. 1 Federalism, Multilevel Governance, and Climate Change Politics across the Atlantic, Stacy D. VanDeveer 341
VI. 1 Future Directions 369
14. 1 Comparative Theory and Environmental Practice: Toward Doubly Engaged Social Science, Stacy D. VanDeveer 371
1 Index 405
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