The latest issue is out now. See below for details of the articles.
Symposium: Environmental Governance of China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Introduction; Environmental governance of China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Yixian Sun, Joanna I. Lewis & Johannes Urpelainen
Explaining the energy mix in China’s electricity projects under the belt and road initiative
Chuyu Liu, Thomas Hale & Johannes Urpelainen
A dynamic institutional analysis of China’s engagement with Africa’s renewable energy market
Frangton Chiyemura, Wei Shen, Meryl Burgess, Yacob Mulugetta & Yao Wang
China’s Green Belt and Road Initiative: transnational environmental governance and causal pathways of orchestration
Qingge Geng & Kevin Lo
Hard to say goodbye: South Korea, Japan, and China as the last lenders for coal Michael R. Davidson, Xue Gao, Joshua Busby, Christine Shearer & Joshua Eisenman Pages: 1186-1207
The Role of International Engagement in Greening China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Weila Gong & Joanna I. Lewis
Other Research articles
Crowdsourcing infrastructures of green everyday life: how sustainable sharing, swapping and gardening initiatives in Vienna tackle the lack of transformative agency in eco-politics
Consenting publics: fair nuclear waste repository siting?
Intersectionality & Climate Justice: A call for synergy in climate change scholarship
Michael Mikulewicz, Martina Angela Caretta, Farhana Sultana & Neil J. W. Crawford
Review of the Handbook of Critical Environmental Politics edited by Luigi Pellizzoni, Emanuele Leonardi, and Viviana Asara, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2022.
Reviewed by Heather Alberro
Climate change and political theory by Catriona McKinnon, Cambridge and New Jersey, Polity, 2022.
Reviewed by Cristóbal Bellolio
Pipeline populism: grassroots environmentalism in the twenty-first century by Kai Bosworth, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota, 2022.
Reviewed by Deborah Barros Leal Farias