- Title Pages
- List of Tables and Figures
- Series Foreword
1Conceptual Innovation and Environmental Policy
2The Conceptual Repertoire of Environmental Policy
3The Birth of the Environment and the Evolution of Environmental Governance
4Environmental Impact Assessment: Can Procedural Innovation Improve Environmental Outcomes?
5Environmental Risk: New Approaches Needed to Address Twenty-First Century Challenges
6Critical Loads: Negotiating What Nature Can Withstand
7Adaptive Management: Popular but Difficult to Implement
8Sustainable Development: Linking Environment and Development
9Biodiversity: Increasing the Political Clout of Nature Conservation
10Environmental Justice: Making Policy, One Skirmish at a Time
11Environmental Security: Policy within a Violent Imaginary
12Green Economy: Reframing Ecology, Economics, and Equity
13Sustainable Consumption: An Important but Ambiguous Concept
14Conceptual Innovation and the Future of Environmental Policy
- Notes on the Contributors
- American and Comparative Environmental Policy
- Conceptual Innovation in Environmental Policy
- James Meadowcroft, Daniel J. Fiorino
- The MIT Press
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