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    [Cambridge, Massachusetts ; London, England] : The MIT Press
    Description / Table of Contents: "Climate change is a defining issue of our time, posing immense social and economic threats to countries across the world. Yet, even though climate change will harm all countries, national policy responses have varied. Some countries have undertaken substantial national action while others have done little. That vexing variation in response is well known. But surprisingly, we still lack comparative theories to explain this variation in climate policy timing and content. For all that we know about the dynamics of global climate negotiations--a topic that has been studied at length by international relations scholars--many climate researchers still "black box" national policymaking processes. This book opens up the black box to present a new diagnosis for our catastrophic inability to reduce global carbon pollution. Using in-depth comparisons of climate reforms in Australia, Norway, and the United States between the late 1980s and the 2015 Paris Agreement, The Logic of Double Representation describes the dynamics of climate policy conflict around the world and advances a new theory to explain cross-national differences in climate reform timing and content. This theory offers guidance for scholars and policymakers on how entrenched opposition to climate reforms might be disrupted"--
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 9780262357272
    Series Statement: American and comparative environmental policy
    Language: English
    Branch Library: PIK Library
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