Learning to manage global environmental risks : a comparative history of social responses to climate change, ozone depletion, and acid rain /
"This long-awaited two-volume book examines how the interplay of ideas and actions applied to environmental problems has laid the foundations for global environmental management. It looks at how ideas, interests, and institutions affect management practice; how management capabilities in other...
Cambridge, Mass. :
|Series:||Politics, science, and the environment
|Online Access:||Contains sample chapters, table of contents, and other related materials|