The latest edition of Environmental Politics has been published.
This issue includes a symposium on survey research in environmental politics, guest edited by Aseem Prakash and Thomas Bernauer.
Four additional articles explore quiescence in the face of legacy pollution and long-term cleanup; energy democracy in the UK; environmental justice and governance in borderlands; and an examination of bureaucratic strategies for influencing environmental legislation.
Reviews of recent books by Jedediah Purdy, Michael Méndez, and Alasdair Cochrane are also published.
Our next issue, to be published in February 2021, will be a special, double issue recognizing the 30th Anniversary of the journal and offering both retrospective and prospective views of the study of environmental politics.
View it here.