Global Environmental Politics: Understanding the Governance of the Earth

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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

Additional Resources

- 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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Jean-Fr d ric Morin is Full Professor at Universit Laval (Canada) and chairholder of the Canada Research Chair in International Political Economy. His recent projects look at the design of environmental treaties and at the interactions between international institutions. His research has appeared in journals like Global Environmental Politics, International Studies Quarterly, Environmental Politics and European Journal of International Relations.

Amandine Orsini is Professor at Universit Saint-Louis Bruxelles (Belgium). She is particularly interested in the role of non-state actors in international negotiations regarding biodiversity, forests and genetic resources. She is currently working on two edited volumes: Essential Concepts of Global Environmental Governance (Routledge, 2nd edition forthcoming) with Jean-Fr d ric Morin, and Environmental Policy in the EU: Current and Future Challenges (Routledge, forthcoming) with Elena Kavvatha.

Sikina Jinnah is Associate Professor of Environmental Studies at University of California, Santa Cruz (United States). Her research focuses on the shifting locations of power, linkage politics, and regime design, in particular in the areas of climate change, climate engineering, biodiversity, and trade-environment politics. She is the author or editor of three other books, including, Post-treaty Politics: Secretariat Influence in In Global Environmental Politics, which won the 2016 Harold and Margaret Sprout Award, and Greening through Trade: How American Trade Policy is Linked to Environmental Protection Abroad (with Jean-Fr d ric Morin).

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