Global Environmental Politics covers the relationship between global political forces and environmental change, including the role of states, multilateral institutions and agreements, trade, international finance, corporations, inequalities, non-governmental organizations, science and technology, and grassroots movements. GEP brings a strong focus to bear on the implications of local-global interactions for environmental management as well as the implications of environmental change for world politics. Each issue is divided into two sections, Current Debates and Research Articles. Current Debates are short provocative commentaries on topics in international and comparative environmental politics. Research Articles are full-length papers that contain original theoretical and empirical contributions to research on environmental politics. GEP breaks new ground in political science, international relations, sociology, history, human geography, public policy, science and technology studies, environmental ethics, law, economics, and environmental science.
Global Environmental Politics