Global Environmental Politics
|Global Environmental Politics|
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
|Global Environ. Polit.|
|Edited by||Kate O'Neill, Stacy VanDeveer|
MIT Press (United States)
Global Environmental Politics is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal which examines the relationship between global political forces and environmental change. It covers such topics as the role of states, international finance, science and technology, and grass roots movements. Issues of Global Environmental Politics are divided into research articles and debates. The journal was established under the founding editorship of Peter Dauvergne in 2000 and is published by MIT Press.
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