The bibliography to follow is arranged alphabetically by author. In the future I hope to organize the bibliography more systematically into research topics and geographic areas. The list will be updated periodically and the reader is encouraged to send additional references (including your own work!) and any corrections to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I recommend verifying the accuracy of the references listed here (particularly page numbers and such) through library database searches before including them in published bibliographies. Many of these references were copied directly from diverse databases, bibliographies, websites and course syllabi, and may include typographic errors from the originals.
The major criteria for inclusion in the bibliography are that the work: (1) has an analytic orientation, preferably appearing in a peer-reviewed scholarly venue; (2) focuses on domestic political processes - regardless of whether the environmental topic is global climate change or local watershed management. I have included every political science publication I could find that meets these criteria.
To date, most comparative research on society and the environment, particularly in non-Western societies, has issued from the fields of sociology and anthropology (particularly the sub-fields of environmental sociology and political ecology) and environmental history. Some of this work speaks directly to the concerns of political scientists. This is true of sociological analyses of environmental movements, political ecology research on environmental justice, and environmental histories of conservation as colonial statecraft. CEP researchers are strongly encouraged to visit the web links provided for these other fields and to use these terms as keywords in internet and database searches. Given my particular interest in identifying and fostering contributions from political science, however, I have included in the bibliography only a few samples of works that do not attempt to draw on, or contribute to, the political science literature.
Finally, the journal Environmental Politics carries an exceptionally large number of CEP articles, with particularly good coverage of Europe. Rather than list all of these articles, I have selected a geographically diverse sample from the journal.
Adeola, Francis O. (2000) Cross-National Environmental Injustice and Human Rights Issues, American Behavioral Scientist 43(4):686 (21 p.).
Agrawal, A. (1997) The Politics of Development and Conservation: Legacies of Colonialism, Peace and Change 22 (4):463-482.
Aguilar, Susana (1993) Corporatist and Statist Designs in Environmental Policy: The Contrasting Roles of Germany and Spain in the European Community Scenario, Environmental Politics 2(2): 223-247.
Alper, D. (1998) Transboundary Environmental Relations in British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest, American Review of Canadian Studies 27(3):359-383.
Asher, Kiran (2000) Mobilizing the Discourses of Sustainable Economic Development and Biodiversity Conservation in the Pacific Lowlands of Colombia, Strategies: Journal of Theory, Culture and Politics 13(1):111-125.
Ascher, William, Why Governments Waste Natural Resources: Policy Failures in Developing Countries, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 1999.
Auer, Matthew (2001) Energy and Environmental Politics in Post-Corporatist Mexico, Policy Studies Journal 29(3):437 (19p.).
Bankoff, Greg and Kylie Elston, Environmental Regulation in Malaysia and Singapore, University of Western Australia Press in association with Asia Research Centre on Social, Political and Economic Change, Nedlands, WA, 1994.
Barry, John and Brian Doherty (2001) The Greens and Social Policy: Movements, Politics, and Practice? Social Policy and Administration 35 (5):587-607.
Barry, John and E. Gene Franklin (eds.), International Encyclopedia of Environmental Politics, Routledge, London, 2002.
Bean, Clive and Jonathan Kelley (1995) The Electoral Impact of New Politics Issues, Comparative Politics 27(3):339 (18p.).
Berg, Marni (2000) Red and Green, Problems of Post-Communism 47(2):46 (11p.).
Berg, Marni M. (1999) Environmental Protection and the Hungarian Transition, Social Science Journal 36(2):227 (24p.).
Bernstein, Steven and Benjamin Cashore (2000) Globalization, Four Paths of Internationalization and Domestic Policy Change: The Case of Ecoforestry in British Columbia, Canada, Canadian Journal of Political Science 33(1): 67-99.
Blauert, Jutta and Simon Zadek (eds.), Mediating Sustainability: Growing Policy from the Grassroots, Kumarian Press, West Hartford, 1999.
Bocking, Stephen, Ecologists and Environmental Politics:"mso-spacerun: yes"> A History of Contemporary Ecology, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1997.
Bomberg, Elisabeth, Green Parties and Politics in the European Union, Routledge, New York, 1998.
Bosso, Christopher J., The Color of Money: Environmental Groups And the Pathologies of Fund Raising, in Allan J. Cigler and Burdett A. Loomis (eds.), Interest Group Politics, 5th ed., Congressional Quarterly Press, Washington, DC, 1995.
Botcheva, Liliana (1996) Focus and Effectiveness of Environmental Activism in Eastern Europe: A Comparative Study of Environmental Movements in Bulgaria, Hungary, Slovakia, and Romania, Journal of Environment and Development 5(3):292-_.
Brauch,-Hans-Gunter (2000) European Energy Politics between Market Deregulation and Environmental Politics (Europaische Energiepolitik zwischen Marktliberalisierung und Umweltpolitik) Politische-Vierteljahresschrift 41(3):563-580.
Brechin Steven R. (1999) Objective Problems, Subjective Values, and Global Environmentalism: Evaluating the Postmaterialist Argument and Challenging a New Explanation, Social Science Quarterly 80(4):793-809.
Brechin, Steven R. and Willett Kempton (1994)"mso-spacerun: yes"> Global Environmentalism: A Challenge to the Postmaterialism Thesis?, Social Science Quarterly 75(2):245-269.
Brickman, Ronald, Sheila Jasanoff, and Thomas Ilgen, Controlling Chemicals: The Politics of Regulation in Europe and the United States, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY, 1985.
Broadbent, Jeffrey, Environmental Politics in Japan: Networks of Power and Protest, Cambridge University Press, New York, 1998.
Brown, Antje C.K., EU Environmental Policies in Subnational Regions: The Case of Scotland and Bavaria, Ashgate, 2001.
Brown, Courtney (1994) Politics and the Environment: Nonlinear Instabilities Dominate, American Political Science Review 88(2):292-303.
Bryant, Raymond L., and Sinead Bailey (eds.), Third World Political Ecology, Routledge, New York, 1997.
Bryner, Gary C., Gaia's Wager: Environmental Movements and the Challenge of Sustainability, Rowman and Littlefield, Lanham, 2001.
Bührs, Ton, and Robert V. Bartlett, Environmental Policy in New Zealand: The Politics of Clean and Green?, Oxford University Press, Auckland, 1993.
Bullard, Robert D., Dumping in Dixie: Race, Class and Environmental Quality, Westview, Boulder, 1994.
Burchell, Jon (2000) Here Come the Greens (Again): The Green Party in Britain during the 1990s, Environmental Politics 9(3):145-150.
Callaghan, John (2000) Environmental Politics, the New Left and the New Social Democracy, Political Quarterly 71(3):300-308.
Calvert, Peter (2001) Internal Colonization, Development and Environment, Third World Quarterly 22(1):51-63.
Canter, Marielle J. and Stephen N. Ndegwa (2002)"mso-spacerun: yes"> Environmental Scarcity and Conflict: A Contrary Case from Lake Victoria, Global Environmental Politics 2(3):40-62.
Cardoso, Catarina (2000) Local Communities and Local Forests: Participation in India and the USA, Environmental Politics 9(3):151-155.
Carmin, Joann (1998) Voluntary Associations, Professional Organizations and the Environmental Movement in the United States, Environmental Politics 8(1):101-121.
Carruthers, David (2001) Environmental Politics in Chile: Legacies of Dictatorship and Democracy, Third World Quarterly 22(3):343 (16p.).
Carruthers, David (1996) Indigenous Ecology and the Politics of Linkage in Mexican Social Movements, Third World Quarterly 17(5):1007-1028.
Carruthers, Jane, The Kruger National Park: A Social and Political History, University of Natal Press, Pietermaritzburg, 1995.
Christen, Catherine, Selene Herculano, Kathryn Hochstetler, Renae Prell, Marie Price and J. Timmons Roberts (1998) Latin American Environmentalism: Comparative Views, Studies in Comparative International Development 33(2):58-87.
Christoff, Peter, John S. Dryzek, Robyn Eckersley, Robert E. Goodin, and Val Plumwood (2001) Green Thinking - from Australia, Environmental Politics 10(4):85 (18p.).
Clapp, Roger Alex (1998) Waiting for the Forest Law: Resource-Led Development and Environmental Politics in Chile, Latin American Research Review 33(2):3 (34p.).
Cohen, M. J. (2000) Ecological Modernization, Environmental Knowledge and National Character: A Preliminary Analysis of the Netherlands, Environmental Politics 9(1):77-106.
Cole, Jonathan A. (1994) The Right to Demand: Citizen Activism and Environmental Politics in Japan, Journal of Environment and Development 3 (2):77-95.
Crepaz, Markus M.L. (1995) Explaining National Variations of Air Pollution Levels: Political Institutions and their Impact on Environmental Policy-Making, Environmental Politics 4(3):391-414.
Crowley, Kate (1999) Lake Pedder's Loss and Failed Restoration: Ecological Politics Meets Liberal Democracy in Tasmania, Australian Journal of Political Science 34(3):409 (16p.).
Dalton, Russell J., Paula Garb, Nicholas P. Lovrich and John C.Pierce, Critical Masses: Citizens, Nuclear Weapons Production, and Environmental Destruction in the United States and Russia, MIT Press, Cambridge, 1999.
Dalton, Russell J., The Green Rainbow: Environmental Groups in Western Europe, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1994.
Darst, Robert G., Smokestack Diplomacy: Cooperation and Conflict in East-West Environmental Politics, MIT Press, Cambridge, 2001.
Dauvergne, Peter, Loggers and Degradation in the Asia-Pacific: Corporations and Environmental Management, Cambridge University Press, New York, 2001.
Dauvergne, Peter, Shadows in the Forest: Japan and the Politics of Timber in Southeast Asia, MIT Press, Cambridge, 1997.
Dauvergne, Peter (1994) The Politics of Deforestation in Indonesia, Pacific Affairs 66(4):497- 518.
Davis, Charles (ed.), Western Public Lands and Environmental Politics, Westview Press, Boulder, 1997.
Davis, Darren (2000) Individual-Level Examinations of Postmaterialism in the US: Political Tolerance, Racial Attitudes, Environmentalism, and Participatory Norms, Political Research Quarterly 53(3):_.
Davis, David Howard, American Environmental Politics, Nelson-Hall, 1998.
Dawson, Jane I. (2000) The Two Faces of Environmental Justice: Lessons from the Eco-Nationalist Phenomenon, Environmental Politics 9(2):22-60.
DeBardeleben, D. and J. Hannigan (eds.), Environmental Security and Quality after Communism, Westview Press, Boulder, 1995.
Dedina, Serge, Saving the Gray Whale: People, Politics, and Conservation in Baja California, University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 2000.
della Porta, Donatella and Dieter Rucht (eds.), MOBILIZATION: The International Journal of Research and Theory about Social Movements, Protest, and Contentious Politics, Special Issue on Comparative Environmental Campaigns, Vol. 7(1), 2002.
Derman, Bill (1995) Environmental NGOs, Dispossession, and the State: The Ideology and Praxis of African Nature and Development, Human Ecology 23(2):199-215.
Desai, Uday (ed.), Environmental Politics and Policy in Industrialized Countries, MIT Press, Cambridge, 2002.
Desai, Uday (ed.), Ecological Policy and Politics in Developing Countries: Economic Growth, Democracy, and Environment, State University of New York Press, Albany, 1998.
DeSombre, Elizabeth R., Domestic Sources of International Environmental Policy: Industry, Environmentalists, and U.S. Power, MIT Press, Cambridge, 2000.
Devlin, John F. and Nonita T Yap (1994) Sustainable Development and the NICs: Cautionary Tales for the South in the New World (Dis)Order, Third World Quarterly 15(1):49 (14p.).
Doern, G. Bruce and Tom Conway, The Greening of Canada: Federal Institutions and Decisions, University of Toronto Press, 1994.
Dolatyar, Mostafa and Tim S. Gray (2000)"mso-spacerun: yes"> The Politics of Water Scarcity in the Middle East, Environmental Politics 9(3):65-88.
Dove, Michael R, Government Perceptions of Traditional Social Forestry in Indonesia: The History, Causes, and Implications of State Policy on Swidden Agriculture, in Community Forestry: Socio-Economic Aspects, FAO, Rome, 1985.
Duffy, Rosaleen (2000) Shadow Players: Ecotourism Development, Corruption and State Politics in Belize, Third World Quarterly 21(3):549 (17p.).
Dwivedi, O. P. and Dhirendra K. Vajpeyi (eds.), Environmental Policies in the Third World: Hochstetler Comparative Analysis, Greenwood Press, Westport, 1995.
Eccleston B. (1996) NGOs and Competing Representations of Deforestation as an Environmental Issue in Malaysia, Journal of Commonwealth & Comparative Politics 34(1):116-142.
Eder, Klaus and Maria Kousis (eds.), Environmental Politics in Southern Europe: Actors, Institutions and Discourses in a Europeanizing Society, Kluwer, Dordecht, 2001.
Elander, Ingemar (2000) Towards a Green Welfare Economy? The Green Party in Sweden since the 1998 Parliamentary Election, Environmental Politics 9(3):137-143.
Enloe, Cynthia H., The Politics of Pollution in a Comparative Perspective, David McKay Co., New York, 1975.
Faucher, F. (1998) Is There Hope for the French Ecology Movement?, Environmental Politics 7(3):42-65 .
Feitelson, Eran (2001) Malicious Siting or Unrecognised Processes? A Spatio-temporal Analysis of Environmental Conflicts in Tel-Aviv, Urban Studies 38(7):1143 (17p.).
Finger, Matthias (1992) Green Politics in Switzerland: Environmental Attitudes and Political Parties, European Journal of Political Research 21(3):289-306.
Fisher, Duncan, The Emergence of the Environmental Movement in Eastern Europe and Its Role in the Revolutions of 1989, in Ken Conca, Michael Alberty and Geofrey Dabelko (eds.), Green Planet Blues: Environmental Politics from Stockholm to Rio, Westview Press, Boulder, 1995.
Forsyth, Timothy (2001) Environmental Social Movements in Thailand: How Important Is Class?, Asian Journal of Social Science 29(1):35-51.
Fowler, Linda L. and Ronald G. Shaiko (1987) The Grass Roots Connection: Environmental Activists and Senate Roll Calls, American Journal of Political Science 31(3):484-510.
Franklin, Mark N. and Wolfgang Rudig (1995) On the Durability of Green Politics, Comparative Political Studies 28(3):409 (31p.).
García, María Pilar, The Venezuelan Ecology Movement: Symbolic Effectiveness, Social Practices, and Political Strategies, in Arturo Escobar and Sonia Alvarez (eds.), The Making of Social Movements in Latin America: Identity, Strategy, and Democracy, Westview Press, Boulder, 1992.
García Guadilla, María Pilar, and Jutta Blauert (eds), Retos Para el Desarrollo y la Democracia:"mso-spacerun: yes"> Movimientos Ambientales en América Latin y Europa / Challenges for Development and Democracy: Environmental Movements in Latin America and Europe, Fundación Friedrich Ebert de México and Editorial Nueva Sociedad, Caracas, 1994. (Note: Unauthorized title translation.)
Garcia-Johnson, Ronie, Exporting Environmentalism: U.S. Multinational Chemical Corporations in Brazil and Mexico, MIT Press, Cambridge, 2000.
Georgieva, Kristalina, Environmental Politics and Policy in Bulgaria: Challenges and Constraints to Democratization, in C. D. Goodwin and M. Nacht (eds.) Beyond Government:"mso-spacerun: yes"> Extending the Public Policy Debate in Emerging Democracies, Westview, Boulder, 1995.
Gibson, Clark C. (1999) Bureaucrats and the Environment in Africa, Comparative Politics 31(3):273 (21p.).
Gibson, Clark C., Politicians and Poachers: The Political Economy of Wildlife Policy in Africa, Cambridge University Press, New York, 1999.
Gibson, C. and Arun Agrawal (eds.), Communities and Nature: Ethnicity, Gender, and the State in Community-Based Conservation, Rutgers University Press, Piscataway, 2001.
Gibson, Clark C., Margaret A. McKean, and Elinor Ostrom, People and Forests: Communities, Institutions, and Governance, The MIT Press, Cambridge, 2000.
Gillespe, A. (1998) The Formation of Climate Change Policy in New Zealand 1992-95: The Conflict between International and Domestic Responses, Environmental Politics 7(3):134-143.
Gligo, Nicolo (1997) Institucionalidad Pública y Políticas Ambientales Explícitas e Implícitas, Revista de la CEPAL (63):_.
Goh, Daniel P. S. (2001) The Politics of the Environment in Singapore? Lessons from a "Strange" Case, Asian Journal of Social Science 29(1)9-34.
Gordon, Robert (1999) Poisons in the Fields: The United Farm Workers, Pesticides, and Environmental Politics, Pacific Historical Review 68(1):51 (27p.).
Grant, Don Sherman, II (1997) Allowing Citizen Participation in Environmental Regulation: An Empirical Analysis of the Effects of Right-to-Sue and Right-to-Know Provisions on Industry's Toxic Emissions, Social Science Quarterly 78(4):859-873.
Gray, Vanessa Joan, Transnational Environmental Politics: The Case of U.S. NGOs in Colombia, Dissertation Abstracts International, 2001.
Guber, Deborah Lynn, The Grassroots of a Green Revolution: Polling America on the Environment, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, forthcoming 2003.
Haas, Peter M. (1998) Compliance with EU Directives: Insights from International Relations and Comparative Politics, Journal of European Public Policy. 5(1):17-37.
Hager, Carol J., Technological Democracy: Bureaucracy and Citizenry in the German Energy Debate, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 1995.
Hajba, E. (1994) The Rise and Fall of the Hungarian Greens, Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics 10(3):180-191.
Hajer, Maarten A., The Politics of Environmental Discourse: Ecological Modernization and the Policy Process, Oxford University Press, New York, 1996..
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Harris, Paul (ed.), International Environmental Cooperation: Politics and Diplomacy in Pacific Asia, University Press of Colorado, Boulder, forthcoming 2002.
Harris, Paul (ed.), The Environment, International Relations, and U.S. Foreign Policy, Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC, 2001.
Harris, Paul, International Equity and Global Environmental Politics: Power and Principles in U.S. Foreign Policy, Ashgate, London, 2001.
Harris, Paul (ed.), Climate Change and American Foreign Policy, St. Martin's Press, New York, 2000.
Harrison, Kathryn, Passing the Buck: Federalism and Canadian Environmental Policy, University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 1996.
Hatch, Michael T. (1991) Corporatism, Pluralism and Post-Industrial Politics: Nuclear Energy Policy in West Germany, West European Politics 14(1):73-97.
Hicks, Barbara, Environmental Politics in Poland: A Social Movement Between Regime and Opposition , Columbia University Press, New York, 1996.
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Hirsch, Philip and Carol Warren (eds.), The Politics of Environment in Southeast Asia: Resources and Resistance, Routledge, New York, 1998.
Hochstetler, Kathryn, El Problema Ambiental como Problema Política, in Freddy Mariñez Navarro (ed.), La Ciencia Política:"mso-spacerun: yes"> Nuevos Contextos, Nuevos Desafíos, Noriega Editores, Mexico, 2001.
Hochstetler, Kathryn and Stephen Mumme, Democracy and the Environment in Latin America, pp. 37-53 in P. Kelly (ed.), Assessing Democracy in Latin America, Westview, Boulder, 1998.
Hochstetler, Kathryn, The Evolution of the Brazilian Environmental Movement and Its Political Roles, in D. Chalmers et al. (eds.), The New Politics of Inequality in Latin America: Rethinking Participation and Representation, Oxford University Press, New York, 1997.
Hogenboom, B. (1996) Cooperation and Polarisation Beyond Borders: The Transnationalization of Mexican Environmental Issues during the NAFTA Negotiations, Third World Quarterly 17(5):989-1006.
Honadle, George, How Context Matters: Linking Environmental Policy to People and Place, Kumarian Press, West Hartford, 1999.
Hooghe, Marc and Benoit Rihoux (2000) The Green Breakthrough in the Belgian General Election of June 1999, Environmental Politics 9(3):129-136.
Horak, Martin (2001) Environmental Policy Reform in the Post-Communist Czech Republic: The Case of Air Pollution, Europe-Asia Studies, 53(2):313 (15p.).
Howlett, Michael (ed.), Canadian Forest Policy: Adapting to Change. University of Toronto Press, 2002.
Howlett, Michael, Policy Instruments and Implementation Styles: The Evolution of Instrument Choice in Canadian Environmental Policy, pp. 25-45 in Debora L. VanNijnatten and Robert Boardman (eds.), Canadian Environmental Policy:"mso-spacerun: yes"> Context and Cases, Second Edition, Oxford University Press, Toronto, 2001.
Howlett, Michael, Jeremy Wilson, Benjamin Cashore, George Hoberg, and Jeremy Rayner, In Search of Sustainability: British Columbia Forest Policy in the 1990s, University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2000.
Inglehart, Ronald (1995) Public Support for Environmental Protection: Objective Problems and Subjective Values in 43 Societies, PS 28(1):57-71.
Inglehart, Ronald, Culture Shift in Advanced Industrial Society, Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, 1990.
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Jancar-Webster, Barbara (ed.), Environmental Action in Eastern Europe: Responses to Crisis. M.E. Sharpe, Armonk, 1993.
Janicke and Weidner (eds.), National Environmental Policies: A Comparative Study of Capacity-Building, Springer, Berlin, 1997.
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Jokinen, P. (2000) Europeanization in Ecological Modernization: Agri-Environmental Policy and Practices in Finland, Environmental Politics 9(1):138-167.
Joppke, Christian (1992) Models of Statehood in the German Nuclear Energy Debate, Comparative Political Studies 25(2):251 (30p.).
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Joppke, Christian, Mobilizing Against Nuclear Energy: A Comparison of Germany and the United States, University of California Press, Berkeley, 1993.
Kaimowitz, David, Christian Vallejos, Pable B. Pacheco, and Raul Lopez (1998) Municipal Governments and Forest Management in Lowland Bolivia, Journal of Environment and Development 7(1):45-59.
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Kitschelt, Herbert, The Logics of Party Formation: Ecological Politics in Belgium and West Germany, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, 1989.
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Moore, Curtis and Alan Miller, Green Gold: Japan, Germany, the United States and the Race for Environmental Technology, Beacon Press, Boston, 1994.
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Muller-Rommel, Ferdinand and Thomas Poguntke (eds.), Green Parties in National Governments, Frank Cass Publishers, Portland, 2002.
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Ostrom, Elinor, Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action, Cambridge University Press, New York, 1990.
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Papadakis, Elim, Politics and the Environment: The Australian Experience, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1993.
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