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In addition to providing a concise yet comprehensive overview of global environmental issues, the authors have worked to contextualize key topics such as the 1992 Earth Summit, the Kyoto Protocol, international forest policy, and the trade and environmental nexus. Environmental concerns from global warming to ozone depletion to whaling are seen as challenges to transnational relations, with governments, NGOs, IGOs, and MNCs all involved in the multilateral interaction that is necessary to solve growing global environmental problems.
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|1||The Emergence of Global Environmental Politics||1|
|2||Actors in the Environmental Arena||35|
|3||The Development of Environmental Regimes: Ten Case Studies||79|
|4||Implementing and Financing Environmental Regimes||147|
|5||Economics, Development, and the Future of Global Environmental Politics||175|
|List of Internet Resources||261|
Posted November 28, 2000
I found this book to be confusing, repetitive, and too full of acronyms to be readable. There are certain sections that are far better written than others, and you can really tell where the author spent time in adjusting for the third edition.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.