Understanding Global Environmental Politics

Understanding Global Environmental Politics

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Understanding Global Environmental Politics develops a new, critical approach to global environmental politics. It argues that the major power structures of world politics are deeply problematic in ecological terms, and that they cannot be easily used to resolve major environmental challenges such as global warming. Instead of simply advocating the construction of new international institutions to respond to such challenges, therefore, the book argues that the construction of alternative social and political structures in necessary.Keohane, Robert O. and Joseph S. Nye (1977) Power and Interdependence: World Politics in Transition, Boston: Little Brown and Company. ... Mark Alfino, John Caputo and Robin Wynyard (eds) (1998) McDonaldization Revisited: Critical Essays on Consumer Culture, Westport CN: Praeger, pp. viia€“xiv. ... King, Alexander and Bertrand Schneider (1991) The First Global Revolution, New York : Pantheon.


Title:Understanding Global Environmental Politics
Author: M. Paterson
Publisher:Springer - 2000-04-07
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