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Handbook of global environmental politics.


Handbook of global environmental politics.

Ed. by Peter Dauvergne.

Edward Elgar Pub. Co.


538 pages




This collection of articles delineates the latest theoretical and empirical research in a rapidly growing field. Covering such general issues as states, governance, security. capitalism, trade, corporations, civil societies, knowledge and ethics, specific topics include globalization and environmental protection on the high seas, renewable energy and international politics, rethinking environmental security, how nature nurtures civil violence, global environmental governance, the promise of the social economy, transnational corporations, trade and international organizations, environmental citizenship, vulnerability, integrated water sources management, and Gaia theory. Each article contains its own references.

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Date:Nov 1, 2005
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