Global Environmental Politics: Understanding the Governance of the Earth
Oxford University Press, Mar 17, 2020 - 400 pages
Global Environmental Politics provides a comprehensive introduction to the key concepts, theories, methods, and debates in environmental politics. The authors' analytical approach encourages students to critique a wide variety of political perspectives, equipping them with the necessary tools to develop their own arguments and opinions.
* Adopts an analytical approach, encouraging students to critique a wide variety of political perspectives, reconsider their own assumptions, and develop their own viewpoints and perspectives
* Provides up-to-date coverage of developments in environmental policy and debate since the Paris Climate Agreement in 2015
* A well-balanced analysis of a broad range of pertinent topics, from climate change to 'summit diplomacy', and gives students an accessible introduction to the central ideas and debates in the field
* An interdisciplinary approach draws upon a range of disciplines, including political science, economics, law, and sociology, to introduce students to different perspectives
* An accompanying website contains a wealth of online learning resources, such as interactive figures and questions, to help students comprehend key trends in issues such as climate change, and test their understanding of the material
- Interactive Figures to further engage students comprehension of key ideas and concepts
- Multiple choice questions to assess student's knowledge and understanding
- Students can take their learning further with relevant web links to reliable online content and databases related to topics in covered in the book
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