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Nation-States and the Global Environment: New Approaches to International Environmental History

edited by Erika Marie Bsumek, David Kinkela, and Mark Atwood Lawrence
Format
Book
Published
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2013]
Language
English
ISBN
9780199755356 (hardcover : alkaline paper), 0199755353 (hardcover : alkaline paper), 9780199755363 (paperback : alkaline paper), 0199755361 (paperback : alkaline paper)
Contents
  • Europe's River: the Rhine as prelude to transnational cooperation and the Common Market / Mark Cioc
  • National sovereignty, the International Whaling Commission, and the Save the Whales movement / Kurk Dorsey
  • Global borders and the fish that ignore them: the Cold War roots of overfishing / Mary Carmel Finley
  • Making parks out of making wars: transnational nature conservation and environmental diplomacy in the twenty-first century / Greg Bankoff
  • Going global after Vietnam: the end of Agent Orange and the rise of an international environmental regime / David Zierler
  • The paradox of U.S. pesticide policy during the age of ecology / David Kinkela
  • Nature, nations, and the circulation of knowledge
  • The imperial politics of hurricane prediction: from Calcutta and Havana to Manila and Galveston, 1839-1900 / Gregory T. Cushman
  • Biological control, transnational exchange, and the construction of environmental thought in the united states, 1840-1920 / James E. McWilliams
  • Bird day: promoting the gospel of kindness in the Philippines during the American occupation / Janet M. Davis
  • Salmon migrations, Nez Perce nationalism, and the global economy / Benedict J. Colombi
  • The Brazilian Amazon and the transnational environment, 1940-1990 / Seth Garfield
  • International trash and the politics of poverty: conceptualizing the transnational waste trade / Emily Brownell
  • Afterword: international systems and their discontents / J.R. McNeill.
Description
xii, 303 pages ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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