The Oxford Handbook of Climate Change and Society
PART VII: PUBLICS AND MOVEMENTS (Matthew C. Nisbet: Public Opinion and Participation ; Ronnie D. Lipschutz and Corina McKendry: Social Movements and Global Civil Society ; Paul Routledge: Transnational Climate Justice Solidarities ; Kari Marie Norgaard: Climate Denial: Emotion, Psychology, Culture, and Political Economy ; Laurel Kearns: The Role of Religions in Activism). - PART VIII: GOVERNMENT RESPONSES (Peter Christoff and Robyn Eckersley: Comparing State Responses ; Miranda A. Schreurs: Climate Change Politics in an Authoritarian State: The Ambivalent Case of China ; Harriet Bulkeley: Cities and Subnational Governments ; Daniel A. Farber: Issues of Scale in Climate Governance ; Ian Gough and James Meadowcroft: Decarbonizing the Welfare State ; Sivan Kartha: Discourses of The Global South). - PART IX: POLICY INSTRUMENTS (David Harrison, Andrew Foss, Per Klevnas, and Daniel Radov: Economic Policy Instruments for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions ; Andrew Jordan, David Benson, Rüdiger Wurzel, and Anthony Zito: Policy Instruments in Practice ; Clive L. Spash: Carbon Trading: A Critique ; Mark Diesendorf: Redesigning Energy Systems). - PART X: PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS (Simone Pulver: Corporate Responses ; Andrew Szasz: Is Green Consumption Part of the Solution?). - PART XI: GLOBAL GOVERNANCE (Matthew Paterson: Selling Carbon: From International Climate Regime to Global Carbon Market ; Oran R. Young: Improving the Performance of the Climate Regime: Insights from Regime Analysis ; Paul G. Harris: Reconceptualizing Global Governance ; Walter F. Baber and Robert V. Bartlett: The Role of International Law in Global Governance). - PART XII: RECONSTRUCTION (Karin Bäckstrand: The Democratic Legitimacy of Global Governance After Copenhagen ; Frank Biermann: New Actors and Mechanisms of Global Governance ; W. Neil Adger, Katrina Brown, and James Waters: Resilience)
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