Edited By: Fen Osler Hampson and Judith Reppy
263 pages, no illustrations
The essays in this volume address the role of science in global change and argue that western science does not provide morally disinterested solutions to environmental problems. The contributors discuss the role of stte and substate actors in the international politics of the environment, and then use accounts of actual negotiations to argue for the centrality of social justice in reaching desirable and equitable agreements.
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