Latest issue, Vol 33, Issue 3 out now

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

Research articles

Citizens United and State Environmental Policy, Regulations, and Outcomes
Micah Farver
Pages: 373-397

Which Amazon Problem? Problem-constructions and Transnationalism in Brazilian Presidential Discourse since 1985
Livio Silva-Muller & Henrique Sposito
Pages: 398-421

Towards More Sustainable Global Supply Chains? Company Compliance with new Human Rights and Environmental Due Diligence Laws
Almut Schilling-Vacaflor & Maria-Therese Gustafsson
Pages: 422-443

Activism without hope? Four varieties of postapocalyptic environmentalism
Carl Cassegård
Pages: 444-464

Green Republicanism and the ‘crises of democracy’
Andy Scerri
Pages: 465-485

The Survival of the Weakest: The Echo of the Rio Summit Principles in Environmental Treaties
Jean-Frédéric Morin, Jen Allan & Sikina Jinnah
Pages: 486-507

“The crisis justified the urgency, but now we have to go back to the rule of law”: Urban mobility governance during Covid-19
Franziska X. Meinherz & Livia Fritz
Pages: 508-529

Governing through the nationally determined contribution (NDC): five functions to steer states’ climate conduct
Maria Jernnäs
Pages: 530-551

Discussion articles

Nationally determined contributions (NDCs) as a governance instrument – accounting for politics, negotiation progress, and related mechanisms under the Paris Agreement
Timo Leiter
Pages: 552-557

The nationally determined contribution (NDC) as a governing instrument: a critical engagement
Maria Jernnäs
Pages: 558-560

Book reviews

Post-Apocalyptic Environmentalism. The Green Movement in Times of Catastrophe by Håkan Thörn and Carl Cassegård, Cham, Palgrave Macmillan, 2022
Reviewed by Hannah Saldert
Pages: 561-563

All we want is the earth: land, labour and movements beyond environmentalism by Patrick Bresnihan and Naomi Millner. Bristol, Bristol University Press, 2023
Reviewed by Brendan Davidson
Pages: 563-565

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