The environment and international relations O'Neill, Kate

By: O'Neill, Kate
Publisher: Cambridge Cambridge University Press 2009Description: xiii, 250 p.ISBN: 9780521603126Subject(s): Environmental policy | International relationsDDC classification: 363.70526 Summary: This exciting new textbook introduces students to the ways in which the theories and tools of International Relations can be used to analysis and address global environmental problems. Kate O'Neill develops an historical and analytical framework for understanding global environmental issues, and identifies the main actors and their roles, allowing students to grasp the core theories and facts about global environmental governance. She examines how governments, international bodies, scientists, activists and corporations address global environmental problems including climate change, biodiversity loss, ozone depletion and trade in hazardous wastes. The book represents a new and innovative theoretical approach to this area, as well as integrating insights from different disciplines, thereby encouraging students to engage with the issues, to equip themselves with the knowledge they need, and to apply their own critical insights. This will be invaluable for students of environmental issues both from political science and environmental studies perspectives. Source: http://search.barnesandnoble.com/
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This exciting new textbook introduces students to the ways in which the theories and tools of International Relations can be used to analysis and address global environmental problems. Kate O'Neill develops an historical and analytical framework for understanding global environmental issues, and identifies the main actors and their roles, allowing students to grasp the core theories and facts about global environmental governance. She examines how governments, international bodies, scientists, activists and corporations address global environmental problems including climate change, biodiversity loss, ozone depletion and trade in hazardous wastes. The book represents a new and innovative theoretical approach to this area, as well as integrating insights from different disciplines, thereby encouraging students to engage with the issues, to equip themselves with the knowledge they need, and to apply their own critical insights. This will be invaluable for students of environmental issues both from political science and environmental studies perspectives. Source: http://search.barnesandnoble.com/

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