Friday, January 29, 2021

New Issue: Global Environmental Politics

The latest issue of Global Environmental Politics (Vol. 21, no. 1, February 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Section: The Politics of Crises and Disasters
    • Paul Wapner, Planetary Disasters: Wildness and the Perennial Struggle for Control
    • Hamish van der Ven & Yixian Sun, Varieties of Crises: Comparing the Politics of COVID-19 and Climate Change
    • Lauri Peterson, Silver Lining to Extreme Weather Events? Democracy and Climate Change Mitigation
    • Timothy Fraser, Lily Cunningham, & Amos Nasongo, Build Back Better? Effects of Crisis on Climate Change Adaptation Through Solar Power in Japan and the United States
  • Research Articles
    • Miriam Matejova & Chad M. Briggs, Embracing the Darkness: Methods for Tackling Uncertainty and Complexity in Environmental Disaster Risks
    • Chris Armstrong & Jack Corbett, Climate Change, Sea Level Rise, and Maritime Baselines: Responding to the Plight of Low-Lying Atoll States
    • Kari De Pryck, Intergovernmental Expert Consensus in the Making: The Case of the Summary for Policy Makers of the IPCC 2014 Synthesis Report
    • Alejandro Esguerra & Sandra van der Hel, Participatory Designs and Epistemic Authority in Knowledge Platforms for Sustainability
  • Book Review Essay
    • J. Samuel Barkin, Fishing Across Disciplines