- Title Pages
- Series Foreword
- 1 Introduction: The Comparative Study of Environmental Governance
- 2 Comparing Environmental Performance
- 3 Explaining Environmental Policy Adoption: A Comparative Analysis of Policy Developments in Twenty-Four OECD Countries
- 4 The Three Worlds of Environmental Politics
- 5 Wind-Power Development in Germany and the United States: Structural Factors, Multiple-Stream Convergence, and Turning Points
- 6 Early Bird or Copycat, Leader or Laggard? A Comparison of Cross-National Patterns of Environmental Policy Change
- 7 The Role of the State in the Governance of Sustainable Development: Subnational Practices in European States
- 8 Sustainable Citizenship: The Role of Citizens and Consumers as Agents of the Environmental State
- 9 Decentralization and Deforestation: Comparing Local Forest Governance Regimes in Latin America
- 10 Enforcement and Compliance in African Fisheries: The Dynamic Interaction between Ruler and Ruled
- 11 Causes and Consequences of Stakeholder Participation in Natural Resource Management: Evidence from 143 Biosphere Reserves in Fifty-Five Countries
- 12 Conclusion: An Emerging Ecostate?
- Appendix to Chapter 8
- List of Contributors
- State and Environment
- The MIT Press
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