Latest articles from the journal Environmental Policy and Governance
Below are the titles of the 20 latest articles by date. Clicking on a title then takes you to the abstract on the publisher's website.
- Changing the record: Narrative policy analysis and the politics of emissions trading in New Zealand
- What affects government planning for climate change adaptation: Evidence from the U.S. states
- Addressing the gap between participatory ideals and the reality of environmental management: The case of the cormorant population in Finland
- A review of the U.S. invasive species policy mix: Questioning the prospect of an integrated regime
- The influence of the fossil fuel and emission‐intensive industries on the stringency of mitigation policies: Evidence from the OECD countries and Brazil, Russia, India, Indonesia, China and South Africa
- Governing for sustainability: How research on large and complex systems can inform governance and institutional theory
- Ecological stakeholder analogs as intermediaries between freshwater biodiversity conservation and sustainable water management
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- Beyond inputs and outputs: Process‐oriented explanation of institutional change in climate adaptation governance
- Breaking bad: When does polycentricity lead to maladaptation rather than adaptation?
- Analyzing the coexistence of conflict and cooperation in a regional delta management system: Tidal River Management (TRM) in the Bangladesh delta
- European environmental policy at 50: Five decades of escaping decision traps?