Nation-States and the Global Environment

Nation-States and the Global Environment

Nation-states are failing to resolve global problems that transcend the abilities of single governments or even groups of governments to address. This book argues that this dilemma is not as new as is sometimes claimed. It offers crucial context and even lessons for present-day debates about resolving the most urgent environmental problems.


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Publisher Oxford University Press on Demand
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ISBN 0199755353
Pages 303 pages
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