Latest issue Vol 32, 4, out now

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

Research articles

Geoengineering, climate change and ecological security
Matt McDonald
Pages: 565-585

Command and control or market-based instruments? Public support for policies to address vehicular pollution in Beijing and New Delhi
Liam F. Beiser-McGrath, Thomas Bernauer & Aseem Prakash
Pages: 586-618

Styles of decarbonization
Ankit Bhardwaj
Pages: 619-641

Anti-environmentalism and proto-authoritarian populism in Brazil: Bolsonaro and the defence of global agri-business
Filipe Mendes Motta & Gabriella Hauber
Pages: 642-662

From international organizations to local governments: how foreign environmental aid reaches subnational beneficiaries in Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico
Isabella Alcañiz & Agustina Giraudy
Pages: 663-683

Extreme weather and climate policy
Sam Rowan
Pages: 684-707

Sustainability spectacle and ‘post-oil’ greening initiatives
Natalie Koch
Pages: 708-731

Brief report

Climate change doesn’t win you a climate election: party competition in the 2021 Norwegian general election
Fay Madeleine Farstad & Marianne Aasen
Pages: 732-742

Book reviews

Understanding the rights of nature: a critical introduction by Mihnea Tănăsescu, Bielefeld, transcript Verlag, 2022.
Reviewed by: Ramon van der Does
Pages: 743-745

The Politics of Rights of Nature. Strategies for Building a More Sustainable World by Craig M. Kauffman and Pamela L. Martin, Cambridge, Massachusetts, MIT Press, 2021
Reviewed by: Mihnea Tănăsescu
Pages: 745-747

The Nutmeg’s Curse: parables for a planet in crisis by Amitav Ghosh, India, Penguin Allen Lane, 2021
Reviewed by: Saswat Samay Das, Ananya Roy Pratihar & Dipra Sarkhel
Pages: 747-750

Utopianism for a Dying Planet: Life after Consumerism by Gregory Claeys, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2022
Reviewed by David Harnesk
Pages: 750-752

The Bangladesh Environmental Humanities Reader by Samina Luthfa, Mohammad Tanzimuddin Khan, and Munasir Kamal, Lanham, Lexinton Books, 2022
Reviewed by Samia Zaman
Pages: 752-754

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