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Ozone Discourse: Science and Politics in Global Environmental Cooperation

Series: New Directions in World Politics

By: K Litfin

296 pages, 10 illus

Columbia University Press

Paperback | Mar 1995 | #41568 | ISBN: 0231081375
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Hardback | Dec 1995 | #35287 | ISBN: 0231081367
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Examines the first global environment treaty, the Montreal Protocol, and its subsequent revisions, which, it is argued here, was a highly effective collaboration among scientists, policymakers, and activists.

Litfin does a very good job of setting out the way in which scientific discourse was used by the two primary opponents in the negotiation of the Montreal Protocol:... Liftin's argument... is convincing. Alternatives

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Karen Litfin is Assistn Professor of Political Science at the University of Washington at Seattle. She teaches and writes on the environment in world politics; her primary interest is in the intersection of politics, science, and philosophy.

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