Latest edition of journal (Vol 29, 6) published

The latest edition of Environmental Politics has been published. The links below take you to the Taylor and Francis site.

Research Articles

Economic conditions and support for the prioritisation of environmental protection during the Great Recession” by John Kenny
“The role of populist attitudes in explaining climate change skepticism and support for environmental protection” by Robert A. Huber
“Going around in circles? Conceptual recycling, patching and policy layering in the EU circular economy package” by Oscar Fitch-Roy David Benson David Monciardini
“Not more than the sum of its parts: de-centered norm dynamics and the governance of plastics” by Bastian Loges Anja P. Jakobi
“Blooming landscapes? The paradox of utopian thinking in the Anthropocene” by Manuel Arias-Maldonado 
“Environmental conflict and the legacy of the Reformation” by Dan C. Shahar
Do women make a difference? Analysing environmental attitudes and actions of Members of the European Parliament” by Lena Ramstetter Fabian Habersack KB)|Supplemental
“The embodied politics of climate change: analysing the gendered division of environmental labour in the UK” byJoanna Wilson Eric Chu

Profiles

“Adapting to threats: initial responses of grassroots clean air advocacy groups to COVID-19” by Emma Hibbett  
An ambitious and climate-focused Commission agenda for post COVID-19 EU” by Aleksandra Čavoški

Book Reviews

Book review Interspecies politics: nature, borders, statesby Rafi Youatt, (Configurations: Critical Studies of World Politics), Ann Arbor, MI, University of Michigan Press, 2020
Book review Critical terms for animal studies edited by Lori Gruen, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2018
Book review Water ethics: an introductionby Neelke Doorn, London, Rowman & Littlefield, 2019 
Book review Indigenous perspectives on sacred natural sites: culture, governance and conservationedited by Liljeblad, Jonathan and Verschuuren, Bas, Abingdon and New York, Routledge, 2019

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