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Argues that transnational environmental organisations do not necessarily erode state sovereignty.
The greening of sovereignty - an introduction. Part 1 Theoretical tensions: between sovereignty and environment - an exploration of the discourse of government, Thom Kuehls; taking indigenous critiques seriously - the enemny "r" us, Franke Wilmer; sovereignty and ecosystem management - clash of concepts and boundaries?, Veronica ward; the nature of sovereignty and the sovereignty of nature - problematizing the boundaries between self, society, state and system, Ronnie D. Lipschutz. Part 2 Reconfiguring sovereignty - case studies: forms of discourse/norms of sovereignty - interests, science and morality in the regulation of whaling, Ronald B. Mitchell; sovereignty reconfigured -environmental regimes and Third World states, Marian A.L. Miller; satellites and sovereign knowledge - remote sensing of the global environment, Karen T. Liftin; sovereignty, environment and subsidiary in the European Union, Joseph Henri Jupille. Part 3 Revisioning sovereignty: eco-cultural security and indigenous self-determination - moving toward a new conception of sovereignty, Sheldon Kamieniecki and Margaret Scully Granzeier; reorienting state sovereignty - rights and responsibilities in the environmental age, Paul Wapner; global village sovereignty -intergenerational sovereign publics, federal-republican earth constitutions and planetary identities, Daniel Deudney.