SUNY series in global environmental policy.
Formatted Contents Note
Climate policy and the domestic salience of international norms Issue framing, norm emergence, and the politicization of climate change (Villach to Geneva) International norms and the politics of emission reduction commitments (Chantilly to Rio) The domestic political salience of international norms? (Rio to Berlin) Domestic conflict and international normative debates (Berlin to Kyoto) Rhetoric and reality: the United States vs. the world? (Kyoto to Marrakech) Conclusion.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 257-260) and index.
STA K3585 .C377 2006
K3585 .C377 2006
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