Global Environmental Politics

  title={Global Environmental Politics},
  author={Pamela S. Chasek and David Downie and Janet Welsh Brown},
List of Illustrations Acknowledgments List of Acronyms Chronology 1 The Emergence of Global Environmental Politics Global Macrotrends An Introduction to Global Environmental Politics International Regimes in Global Environmental Politics Paradigms in Global Environmental Politics Conclusion 2 Actors in the Environmental Arena Nation-State Actors: Roles and Interests Intergovernmental Organizations Treaty Secretariats Multilateral Financial Institutions Regional and Other Multilateral… 

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