15 juin 2019

REVUE : Global Environmental Politics (vol. 19, n°2, May 2019)

David ROY

The latest issue of Global Environmental Politics (vol. 19, n°2, May 2019) is out. 

Kate O’Neill & Peter M. Haas, Being There: International Negotiations as Study Sites in Global Environmental Politics 
Hannah Hughes & Alice B. M. Vadrot, Weighting the World: IPBES and the Struggle over Biocultural Diversity 
Kimberly R. Marion Suiseeya & Laura Zanotti, Making Influence Visible: Innovating Ethnography at the Paris Climate Summit 
Jonathan Pickering, Deliberative Ecologies: Complexity and Social–Ecological Dynamics in International Environmental Negotiations 
Matthew Paterson, Using Negotiation Sites for Richer Collection of Network Data 
Joana Castro Pereira & Eduardo Viola, Catastrophic Climate Risk and Brazilian Amazonian Politics and Policies: A New Research Agenda 
Peter Ferguson, Discourses of Resilience in the Climate Security Debate 
Elena V. McLean & Tatyana Plaksina, The Political Economy of Carbon Capture and Storage Technology Adoption 
Benjamin Brown & Samuel J. Spiegel, Coal, Climate Justice, and the Cultural Politics of Energy Transition

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