Global Environmental Politics

Series type:Journal

Glob Environ Polit; Global Environ Polit; Global Environ Politics



United States

MIT Press; MIT Press - Journals

1526-3800 Type: p; 1536-0091 Type: e



Economics - Law and Economics Social Sciences - International Relations Law - Economic Law Social Sciences - Geography Law - International Relations Environmental Sciences - Global Environmental Change Economics - Public Economics Law - International Organizations Economics - Public Policy Sciences Social Sciences - Political Science Law - Sociology of Law

Physical Sciences>Energy>Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment
Physical Sciences>Environmental Science>Global and Planetary Change
Physical Sciences>Environmental Science>Management, Monitoring, Policy and Law
Social Sciences>Social Sciences>Political Science and International Relations

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Global Environmental Politics invites submissions that focus on international and comparative environmental politics. The journal covers the relationship between global political forces and environmental change. Topics include the role of states, multilateral institutions and agreements, trade, international finance, corporations, inequalities, non-governmental organizations, science and technology, and grassroots movements. Particular attention is given to the implications of local-global interactions for environmental management as well as the implications of environmental change for world politics. Articles must make a theoretical or empirical contribution to understanding environmental or political change. Submissions are sought across the disciplines including political science, international relations, sociology, history, human geography, public policy, science and technology studies, environmental ethics, law, economics, and environmental science. The journal is divided into Current
Debates and Research Articles. Current Debates comprise short commentaries on topics in international and comparative environmental politics. These should contain a strong argument that will provoke scholarly debates. Research Articles are full-length papers that contain an original contribution to research on environmental politics.