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The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory.
Set at the intersection of political theory and environmental politics, yet with broad engagement across the environmental social sciences and humanities, this Handbook illustrates, defines, and challenges the field of environmental political theory (EPT). Authors address canonical theorists and contemporary political and environmental problems with a diversity of theoretical approaches. The initial section focuses on EPT as a field of inquiry within political science and political theory, both theoretically and within the academy. Next, authors engage with the conceptualization of nature and the environment, as well as the nature of political subjects, communities, and boundaries in those environments. Another section addresses the values that motivate environmental theorists, including justice, responsibility, rights, limits, flourishing, and the potential conflicts that can emerge within, between, and against these ideals. The final section examines the primary structures that constrain or enable the achievement of environmental ends, as well as theorizations of environmental movements, citizenship, and the potential for ongoing environmental action and change
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Front Matter

Part I Introduction

Introducing Environmental Political Theory
Teena Gabrielson, Cheryl Hall, John M. Meyer, and David Schlosberg

Part II Environmental Political Theory as a Field of Inquiry

Engaging Traditions of Political Thought

Environmental Political Theory and the History of Western Political Theory
Harlan Wilson
Culture and Difference: Non-Western Approaches to Defining Environmental Issues
Farah Godrej
Environmental Political Theory and the Liberal Tradition
Piers H. G. Stephens
Environmental Political Theory and Republicanism
Peter F. Cannavò
Human Nature, Non-human Nature, and Needs: Environmental Political Theory and Critical Theory
Andrew Biro

Engaging the Academy

Environmental Political Theory, Environmental Ethics, and Political Science: Bridging the Gap
Kimberly K. Smith
Environmental Political Theory′s Contribution to Sustainability Studies
Seaton Patrick Tarrant and Leslie Paul Thiele
Environmental Political Theory and Environmental Action Research Teams
Romand Coles

Part III Rethinking Nature and Political Subjects

Nature, Environment, and the Political

″Nature″ and the (Built) Environment
Steven Vogel
Theorizing the Non-human through Spatial and Environmental Thought
Justin Williams
Challenging the Human X Environment Framework
Samantha Frost
Environmental Management in the Anthropocene
David Schlosberg
Rafi Youatt
Floral Sensations: Plant Biopolitics
Catriona A. H. Sandilands
Cosmopolitanism and the Environment
Simon Caney

Part IV Ends, Goals, Ideals


Sustainability— Post-sustainability— Unsustainability
Ingolfur Blühdorn
Population, Environmental Discourse, and Sustainability
Diana Coole
Are There Limits to Limits?
Andrew Dobson
Green Political Economy: Beyond Orthodox Undifferentiated Economic Growth as a Permanent Feature of the Economy
John Barry

Justice, Rights, and Responsibility

Environmental and Climate Justice
Steve Vanderheiden
Environmental Human Rights
Kerri Woods
Responsibility for Climate Change as a Structural Injustice
Robyn Eckersley
Environmental Justice and the Anthropocene Meme
Giovanna Di Chiro

Freedom, Agency, and Flourishing

The Limits of Freedom and the Freedom of Limits
Jason Lambacher
Bodies, Environments, and Agency
Teena Gabrielson
Cultivating Human and Non-human Capabilities for Mutual Flourishing
Breena Holland and Amy Linch
Consumption and Well-being
Paul Knights and John O′Neill

Part V Power, Structures, and Change

Identifying Structural Constraints and Possibilities

Capital, Environmental Degradation, and Economic Externalization
Adrian Parr
Environmental Governmentality
Timothy W. Luke
Political Economy of the Greening of the State
Matthew Paterson
Environmental Science and Politics
Mark B. Brown
Democracy as Constraint and Possibility for Environmental Action
Elisabeth Ellis
Environmental Authoritarianism and China
Mark Beeson
Global Environmental Governance
John S. Dryzek

Theorizing Citizenship, Movements, and Action

Global Environmental Justice and the Environmentalism of the Poor
Joan Martinez-Alier
Indigenous Environmental Movements and the Function of Governance Institutions
Kyle Whyte
Reimagining Radical Environmentalism
Emily Ray and Sean Parson
Framing and Nudging for a Greener Future
Cheryl Hall
Citizenship: Radical, Feminist, and Green
Sherilyn MacGregor
Ecological Democracy and the Co-participation of Things
Lisa Disch

End Matter
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