Saturday, May 19, 2018

New Issue: Global Environmental Politics

The latest issue of Global Environmental Politics (Vol. 18, no. 2, May 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • The Global Environmental Politics of Food
    • Jennifer Clapp & Caitlin Scott, The Global Environmental Politics of Food
    • Jennifer Clapp, Mega-Mergers on the Menu: Corporate Concentration and the Politics of Sustainability in the Global Food System
    • Peter Dauvergne, The Global Politics of the Business of “Sustainable” Palm Oil
    • Peter Newell, Olivia Taylor, & Charles Touni, Governing Food and Agriculture in a Warming World
    • Liam Campling & Elizabeth Havice, The Global Environmental Politics and Political Economy of Seafood Systems
    • Caitlin Scott, Sustainably Sourced Junk Food? Big Food and the Challenge of Sustainable Diets
    • Shana M. Starobin, Beekeepers Versus Biotech: Commodity Characteristics and Regulatory Interdependence in the Global Environmental Politics of Food
    • Tony Weis, Ghosts and Things: Agriculture and Animal Life
    • Mairon G. Bastos Lima, Toward Multipurpose Agriculture: Food, Fuels, Flex Crops, and Prospects for a Bioeconomy