Globalization and the Environment | Rowman & Littlefield
Globalization and the Environment
The Globalization and the Environment Series publishes new books about the global spread of environmental problems. Key themes addressed are the effects of cultural and economic globalization on the environment; the global institutions and movements that regulate and change human relations with the environment; the global nature of environmental governance, movements, and activism; and new conceptual and theoretical frameworks that will cross boundaries of disciplines, methods, and locales. The series will include detailed case studies, innovative multi-sited research, and theoretical questioning of the concepts of globalization and the environment. At the center of the series is an exploration of the multiple linkages that connect people, problems, and solutions at scales beyond the local and regional.

Editor(s): Richard Wilk and Josiah Heyman