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Changing Climate Politics

U.S. Policies and Civic Action

Changing Climate Politics by Yael Wolinsky-Nahmias
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Changing Climate Politics provides a comprehensive account of the current state of government action and political participation in the United States on the issue of climate change. Author Yael Wolinsky-Nahmias evaluates the role of the federal government, the courts, states, and cities in tackling the problems created by climate change, offering an inclusive and balanced assessment of progress and challenges. The book further explores the growing role of civic society in climate action plans, analyzing public opinion, the U.S. climate movement, policy making through ballot measures, consumer action, and the prospect of a social transformation toward a more sustainable society. This timely volume examines new approaches to policies and civic action on climate change addressing critical questions about the responsibilities and obligations of governments and citizens.
SAGE Publications; February 2014
272 pages; ISBN 9781483322575
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Title: Changing Climate Politics
Author: Yael Wolinsky-Nahmias
 
ISBNs
9781452239972
9781483311692
9781483322575