Environmental Politics is an international, multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed journal, which provides a forum for the publication of original research into, and discussion and analysis of, the diverse theoretical and empirical aspects of environmental politics. It is primarily concerned with scholarship focusing on: political parties, social movements, NGOs, and campaigns; the design, negotiation, and implementation of environmental policy; and environmental political thought. The journal also explores the ideas generated by environmental groups and organizations that underpin policy interventions of all kinds, and critically and normatively examines environmental concerns.
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