This edited volume considers the ways in which European states and the European Union can and should organize themselves economically and socially in order to address the challenges of sustainable development. It will interest students and researchers of environmental policy and European politics.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Politics 1. The Challenge of Ecofeminism for European Politics Susan Baker 2. Anti-Globalism and Ecologism in Comparative Perspective Rafal Soborski 3. Is there a European Environmental Movement? Chris Rootes 4. Fragmented Citizenship in a Global Environment Marcel Wissenburg 5. Sustainability through Democratization? The Aarhus Convention and the Future of Environmental Decision-Making in Europe Derek Bell Part 2: Policy 6. Social Inclusion, Environmental Sustainability and Citizenship Education Andrew Dobson 7. The Europeanization of National Environmental Policy: A Comparative Analysis Andrew Jordan, Duncan Liefferink and Jenny Fairbrass 8. Ecological Modernization, Globalization and Europeanization: A Mutually-Reinforcing Nexus? Debra Johnson 9. The EU and Sustainable Development: The Long Road from Rio to Johannesburg Jon Burchell and Simon Lightfoot 10. The WTO and Sustainability after Doha: A Time for Reassessment of the Relationship between Political Science and Law? James Tunney
'All in all this is an outstanding collection that is likely to receive ample usage in the hands of environmental politics scholars and others ... ' - Environmental Politics