Latest issue Vol 32, 2, out now

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

Research articles

Advocating inaction: a historical analysis of the Global Climate Coalition
Robert J. Brulle
Pages: 185-206

From influencing to engagement: a framing model for climate communication in polarised settings
Nicholas Badullovich
Pages: 207-226

Understanding barriers to linking heterogeneous emissions trading schemes: evidence from and lessons for Northeast Asia
Joseph Dellatte and Sven Rudolph
Pages: 227-248

Responsibilities for just transition to low-carbon societies: a role-based framework
Teea Kortetmaki and Suvi Huttunen
Pages: 249-270

When multilevel water management meets regional government: the differential impacts on administrative integration
Marthe Indset
Pages: 271-293

Framing of environmental issues in voluntary sport organizations
Morten Renslo Sandvik & Ørnulf Seippel
Pages: 294-315

Implementing the EU renewable energy directive in Norway: from Tailwind to Headwind
Jon Birger Skjærseth & Kristin Rosendal
Pages: 316-337

Combinatorial perspective on ideas, concepts, and policy change
Erkki-Jussi Nylén & Ari Jokinen
Pages: 338-361

Brief Report

Climate cooperation in the shadow of solar geoengineering: an experimental investigation of the moral hazard conjecture
Todd L. Cherry, Stephan Kroll, David M. McEvoy, David Campoverde & Juan Moreno-Cruz
Pages: 362-370

Book Reviews

Change in global environmental politics: temporal focal points and the reform of international institutions by Michael Manulak, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2022, 308 p, ISBN 978-1-00-916588-4
Reviewed by: Simon Beaudoin
Pages: 371-372

Decolonial ecology: thinking from the Caribbean world by Malcom Ferdinand, translated by Anthony Paul Smith. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2022. Originally published in French as Une écologie décoloniale: Penser l’écologie depuis le monde caribéen. Paris, Editions du Seuil, 2019, xviii + 247 pp., notes and indices. £46.99 (hardback); £17.99 (paperback), ISBN-13: 978-1-5095-4622-0; ISBN-13: 978-1-5095-4623-7
Reviewed by: Grace Garland
Pages: 373-375

Fugitive Politics: The Struggle For Ecological Sanity by Carl Boggs, Abingdon & New York, Routledge, 2021, xi + 175 pp., index. USD $59.88 (paperback), ISBN 9781032054148
Reviewed by: Noel Castree
Pages: 375-377

Taiwan’s Green Parties: Alternative Politics in Taiwan by Dafydd Fell, London: Routledge, 2021. Pp. xi + 307. £120 (hardback), £ 36.99 (paperback). ISBN 9780367650346.
Reviewed by: Cara Camcastle
Pages: 377-379

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