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Bailey, Ian

Turning Down the Heat

Bailey, Ian - Turning Down the Heat, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Hugh Compston, Ian Bailey

Part I. Context

2. Climate Policy: Issues and Opportunities
Terry Barker

3. Political Science Perspectives on Climate Policy
Gary C. Bryner

4. The International Dimension of Climate Policy
Deborah Davenport

Part II. Analysis

5. The European Union and the Politics of Multi-Level Climate Governance
Chad Damro, Donald Mackenzie

6. Federal Climate Politics in the United States: Polarization and Paralysis
Paul R. Brewer, Andrew Pease

7. Hot Air and Cold Feet: The UK Response to Climate Change
Irene Lorenzoni, Tim O’Riordan, Nick Pidgeon

8. France: Towards an Alternative Climate Policy Template?
Joseph Szarka

9. German Climate Policy Between Global Leadership and Muddling Through
Axel Michaelowa

10. Conflict and Consensus: The Swedish Model of Climate Politics
Lars Friberg

11. Prometheanism and the Greek Energy Zugzwang
Iosif Botetzagias

12. Facing up to the Greenhouse Challenge? Australian Climate Politics
Ian Bailey, Sam Maresh

13. Explaining the Failure of Canadian Climate Policy
Douglas Macdonald

14. Climate Policy in the USA: State and Regional Leadership
Allison M. Chatrchyan, Pamela M. Doughman

Part III. Conclusions

15. Political Strategy and Climate Policy
Hugh Compston, Ian Bailey

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Political Science, Environmental Politics, Climate Change, International Relations

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2008
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
318 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230594678
Printed ISBN
978-0-230-20205-4

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