Failures of American and European climate policy international norms, domestic politics, and unachievable commitments
By: Cass, Loren R.Material type: BookSeries: SUNY series in global environmental policy. Publisher: Albany State University of New York Press 2006Description: v,273p. 24 cm.ISBN: 9780791468555.Subject(s): Climatic changes -- Government policy -- United States | Climatic changes -- Government policy -- EuropeDDC classification: 363.738740973 Online resources: Table of contents only
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-260) and index.
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.