Explores how policy actors in the United States and Russia have developed flexible incentive-based instruments for environmental protection.
Uses Brazil as a case study of how governments implement environmental policies despite urgent needs for economic development.
Examines why some nations, but not others, have met their commitments to international climate treaties.
Examines how the European Union has handled environmental protection issues.
Argues that clean air policy is driven by locally oriented economic elites.
Examines the internal politics of transnational environmental advocacy networks.