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The State and Social Power in Global Environmental Politics

Edited By: RD Lipschutz and K Conca

Columbia University Press

Paperback | Sep 1993 | #27553 | ISBN: 0231081073
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Hardback | Sep 1993 | #27554 | ISBN: 0231081065
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About this book

Examines how the difficult issues of social, political and economic relations will complicate the efforts initiated at Rio.

Probably the best book yet written on global environmental politics. -- "Environmental Politics"


Contents

Part 1 The state and global ecological interdependence: market-state relations and environmental policy - limits of state capacity in Senegal, C. Ribot; coercing conservation - the politics of state resource control, Nancy Lee Poluso; environmental challenges in a turbulent world, James N. Rosenau; eco-regimes - playing tug-of-war with the nation-state, Karen Litfin. Part 2 (Re)constructing the global environment - global ecological interdependence and political contestation: knowledge as power - ecology movements and global environmental problems, Steve Breyman; the environmental attractor in the former USSR - ecology and regional change, Barbara Jancar; negotiating ecological interdependence through societal debate - the 1988 Minnesota drought, Luther P. Gerlach; contested ground - international environmentalism and global climate change, Ann Hawkins; not seeing the forest for the trees - rights, rules, and the renegotiation of resource management regimes, Ronnie D. Lipschutz and Judith Mayer. Part 3 Global ecological interdependence and the future of world politics: global environmental rescue and the emergence of world domestic politics, Daniel Deudney; environmental change and the deep structure of world politics, Ken Conca; the implications of global ecological interdependence, Ronnie D. Lipschutz and Ken Conca.

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