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Climate for Change Non-State Actors and the Global Politics of the Greenhouse

By: Peter Newell
222 pages, no illustrations
Climate for Change
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  • Climate for Change ISBN: 9780521632508 Hardback Nov 2000 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Provides a challenging explanation of the forces that have shaped the international global warming debate, concentrating on how non-state actors, such as scientific, environmental and industry groups, as opposed to governmental organisations, affect political outcomes in global fora on climate change. It also provides insights into the role of the media in influencing the agenda.

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Acknowledgements; 1. Politics in a warming world: introduction; 2. Existing approaches: problems and limitations; 3. Knowledge, frames and the scientific community; 4. Climate of opinion: the agenda-setting role of the mass media; 5. Climate for business: the political influence of the fossil fuel lobbies; 6. Climate for change: environmental NGOs; 7. Conclusion: states, NGOs and the future of global climate politics; Appendix A: list of abbreviations; Appendix B: chronology of the international response to the issue of climate change; References; Index.

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By: Peter Newell
222 pages, no illustrations
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'Its reports are the most authoritative available on the subject.' Climate Policy
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