|Title||Comparative environmental politics : Theory, practice, and prospects|
|Author||edited by Paul F. Steinberg and Stacy D. VanDeveer|
|Imprint||Cambridge, MASS : The MIT Press, 2012|
|Descript||xiii, 424p. : ill ; 23 cm|
Comparative environmental politics in a global world. -- Bridging archipelagos: connecting comparative politics and environmental politics. -- Greening the state? -- The globalization of environmental concern. -- The comparative study of environmental movements. -- Business-state relations and the environment: the evolving role of corporate social responsibility. -- Political parties and the "Meaning of greening" in European politics. -- Democracy and the environment in Latin America and Eastern Europe. -- Institutional change in authoritarian regimes: water and the state in Egypt. -- Welcome to the jungle: policy theory and political instability. -- EU expansion and the internationalization of environmental politics in Central and Eastern Europe. -- Local institutions and the governance of forest commons. -- Federalism, multilevel governance, and climate change politics across the Atlantic. -- Comparative theory and environmental practice: toward doubly engaged social science.
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