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Europe and Global Climate Change Politics, Foreign Policy and Regional Cooperation

Edited By: Paul G Harris
415 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Edward Elgar
Europe and Global Climate Change
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About this book

The core objective of this book is to better understand the role of foreign policy - the crossovers and interactions between domestic and international politics and policies - in efforts to preserve the environment and natural resources. Underlying this objective is the belief that it is not enough to analyze domestic or international political actors, institutions and processes by themselves. We need to understand the interactions among them, something that explicit thought about foreign policy can help us do. The eclectic group of contributors explore European and EU responses to global climate change, and provide insights into issues on environmental protection, sustainable development, international affairs and foreign policy.

Contents

Preface; Introduction; Part I: Global Climate Change and Policymaking in Europe; Part II: The European Union and Global Climate Change; Conclusion; Index.

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Edited By: Paul G Harris
415 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Edward Elgar
Media reviews
'This book is likely to become the definitive study on European global climate change politics. Its focus on the formulation, ratification, and implementation of the Kyoto Protocol within Europe make it essential reading for all who wish to understand how domestic foreign policy influenced the European Union's decision to ratify the Kyoto Protocol despite the United States' decision to abandon the agreement. The book provides important historical background, case studies of the most influential European countries to shape the Kyoto Protocol, and an assessment of what enlargement means for the implementation of the agreement. It also examines how Europe's policies have shaped and been shaped by participation in the Kyoto negotiation and implementation processes. It will be an important item for the libraries of any institution or scholar with an interest in the role of Europe in addressing climate change.' - Miranda Schreurs, University of Maryland, US
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