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 Learning to Manage Global Environmental Risks

Volume 1:  A Comparative History of Social Responses to Climate Change, Ozone Depletion, and Acid Rain

The Social Learning Group
The MIT Press, 2001
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Front Matter

Contents
List of Tables, Figures, and Boxes
Editors and Authors
Series Foreword
Foreword
Preface

Part I: Overview

1.  Managing Global Environmental Change: An Introduction to the Volume
William C. Clark, Jill Jäger, and Josee van Eijndhoven

2.  Acid Rain, Ozone Depletion, and Climate Change: An Historical Overview
William C. Clark, Jill Jäger, Jeannine Cavender-Bares, and Nancy M. Dickson

Part II: Studies of Arenas

Introduction to Part II

3.  Developing a Precautionary Approach: Global Environmental Risk Management in Germany
Jeannine Cavender-Bares and Jill Jäger with Renate Ell

4.  Institutional Cultures and the Management of Global Environmental Risks in the United Kingdom
Brian Wynne and Peter Simmons with Claire Waterton, Peter Hughes, and Simon Shackley

5.  Finding Your Place: A History of the Management of Global Environmental Risks in the Netherlands
Josee van Eijndhoven with Gerda Dinkelman, Jeroen van der Sluijs, Ruud Pleune, and Cor Worrell

6.  Turning Points: The Management of Global Environmental Risks in the Former Soviet Union
Vassily Sokolov and Jill Jäger with Vladimir Pisarev, Elena Nikitina, Alexandre Ginzburg, Elena Goncharova, Jeannine Cavender-Bares, and Edward A. Parson

7.  Catching up with the International Bandwagon: The Management of Global Environmental Risks in Hungary
Ferenc L. Tóth with Éva Hizsnyik

8.  Shifting Priorities and the Internationalization of Environmental Risk Management in Japan
Miranda A. Schreurs

9.  Southern Skies: The Perception and Management of Global Environmental Risks in Mexico
Diana Liverman and Karen O’Brien

10.  Leading While Keeping in Step: Management of Global Atmospheric Issues in Canada
Edward A. Parson with Rodney Dobell, Adam Fenech, Donald Munton, and Heather Smith

11.  Civic Science: America’s Encounter with Global Environmental Risks
William C. Clark and Nancy M. Dickson

12.  Regional Approach to the Management of Global Environmental Risks: The Case of the European Community
Michael Huber and Angela Liberatore

13.  Amplifiers or Dampeners: International Institutions and Social Learning in the Management of Global Environmental Risks
Peter M. Haas and David McCabe

14.  Issue Attention, Framing, and Actors: An Analysis of Patterns Across Arenas
Miranda A. Schreurs, William C. Clark, Nancy M. Dickson, and Jill Jäger

Appendix A:  About the Authors

Index

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Learning to Manage Global Environmental Risks

Volume 2:  A Functional Analysis of Social Responses to Climate Change, Ozone Depletion, and Acid Rain

Social Learning Group
MIT Press, 2001
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Front Matter

Contents
List of Tables, Figures, and Boxes
Editors and Authors
Series Foreword
Foreword
Preface

Part III: Studies of Management Functions

Introduction to Part III

15.  Risk Assessment in the Management of Global Environmental Risks
Jill Jäger with Jeannine Cavender-Bares, Nancy M. Dickson, Adam Fenech, Edward A. Parson, Vassily Sokolov, Ferenc L. Tóth, Claire Waterton, Jeroen van der Sluijs, and Josee van Eijndhoven

16.  Monitoring in the Management of Global Environmental Risks
Jill Jäger with Nancy M. Dickson, Adam Fenech, Peter M. Haas, Edward A. Parson, Vassily Sokolov, Ferenc L. Tóth, Jeroen van der Sluijs, and Claire Waterton

17.  Option Assessment in the Management of Global Environmental Risks
William C. Clark, Josee van Eijndhoven, and Nancy M. Dickson with Gerda Dinkelman, Peter M. Haas, Michael Huber, Angela Liberatore, Diana Liverman, Edward A. Parson, Miranda A. Schreurs, Heather Smith, Vassily Sokolov, Ferenc L. Tóth, and Brian Wynne

18.  Goal and Strategy Formulation in the Management of Global Environmental Risks
Marc A. Levy, Jeannine Cavender-Bares, and William C. Clark with Gerda Dinkelman, Elena Nikitina, Ruud Pleune, and Heather Smith

19.  Implementation in the Management of Global Environmental Risks
Rodney Dobell with Justin Longo, Jeannine Cavender-Bares, William C. Clark, Nancy M. Dickson, Gerda Dinkelman, Adam Fenech, Peter M. Haas, Jill Jäger, Ruud Pleune, Ferenc L. Tóth, Miranda A. Schreurs, and Josee van Eijndhoven

20.  Evaluation in the Management of Global Environmental Risks
Josee van Eijndhoven, Brian Wynne, and Rodney Dobell with Ellis Cowling, Nancy M. Dickson, Gerda Dinkelman, Peter M. Haas, Jill Jäger, Angela Liberatore, Diana Liverman, Miranda A. Schreurs, Vassily Sokolov, and Ferenc L. Tóth

21.  Knowledge and Action: An Analysis of Linkages Among Management Functions for Global Environmental Risks
Jill Jäger, Josee van Eijndhoven, and William C. Clark

Part IV: Conclusion

22.  The Long-term Development of Global Environmental Risk Management: Conclusions and Implications for the Future
Josee van Eijndhoven, William C. Clark, and Jill Jäger

Appendix A:  Research Protocol for the Project: Social Learning in the Management of Global Environmental Risks

Appendix B:  About the Authors

Index

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