Latest issue Vol 32, 3, out now

The latest issue is out now. See below for details of the articles

Research articles

The centre-periphery divide and attitudes towards climate change measures among Western Europeans
Christoph Arndt, Daphne Halikiopoulou & Christos Vrakopoulos
Pages: 381-406

China’s approach to global fisheries: power in the governance of anti-illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing
Annie Young Song, Michael Fabinyi & Kate Barclay
Pages: 407-426

When does the structural power of business fade? assessing business privileged access at global climate negotiations
Marcel Hanegraaff
Pages: 427-451

‘The Green New Deal’ as partisan cue: Evidence from a survey experiment in the rural U.S.
Kathryn McConnell
Pages: 452-484

Digitalizing forest landscape restoration: a social and political analysis of emerging technological practices
Danilo Urzedo, Michelle Westerlaken & Jennifer Gabrys
Pages: 485-510

Why populism may facilitate non-state actors’ access to international environmental institutions
Tobias Böhmelt, Vally Koubi & Thomas Bernauer
Pages: 511-531

Modeling authority over a drowning coast
Ned Randolph
Pages: 532-556

Book reviews

Greening through trade: how American trade policy is linked to environmental protection abroad by Sikina Jinnah and Jean-Frédéric Morin, MIT Press, 2020, 224 pp., US$35 (paperback), ISBN 9780262538725
Reviewed by: Dennis Kolcava
Pages: 557-559

The performative state: public scrutiny and environmental governance in China by Iza Ding, Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 2022, xi + 245 pp., £45 (hardback), ISBN 9781501760372
Reviewed by: Jeremy F. G. Moulton
Pages: 559-561

The new environmental economics: sustainability and justice by Eloi Laurent, Cambridge, UK; Medford, MA, Polity, 2020, $24.95 (paperback), ISBN 9781509533817
Reviewed by: Joel Terwilliger
Pages: 561-563

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